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MEETING OF- 

-^ FINANCE C'.i 
Board o£"Superv: 
City and County of Sar 

t, i a T i imo City Librarian 

Wednesday, January -4, 1978 J 



Present: Suparvisors Barbagelata, Molina 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 



JAN 6 1978 



DOCUMEK S OEPT. 
S.F\ PUBL .LIBRARY 

1. Resolution authorizing Controller to certify availability of 
funds to reimburse Director of Health Care Services for moving 
expenses. File 101-77-93 (Feinstein) 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 
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ACTION: RECOMMENDATION "DO NOT PASS". 

2. Ordinance appropriating $189,575, Municipal Railway, for 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits; rescind- 
ing $189,5 75 from permanent salaries appropriation for salary 
adjustments in connection with reorganization plan. File 101-77-122 
(RO 224) 

(Continued from 12/28/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Municipal 
Railway, reflecting adjustment in rates of pay and release of 
funds for various positions in Public Utilities Commission; a 
companion measure to File 101-77-122. File 102-77-73 (CSC 75) 

(Continued from 12/28/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Hearing to consider terminating freeze on certain mechanics' 
positions, Municipal Railway budget, 1977-78. File 100-77-9 

(Continued from 12/28/77) . , _ , , 
Letter to be sent to Controller reauesting release of funds 

ACTI0N- for 20 positions for six weeks. 'CONTINUED TO 1/18/78 

5. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Senior Stationary Engineer, Department of Public Works. 

File 31-77-53 (RO 230) 

(Continued from 12/28/77) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $88,946, Municipal Railway, for permanent 
salaries and rescinding $88,946, from permanent salaries appropri- 
ation for reclassification of eleven positions. File 101-77-128 
(RO 237) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of II positions and abolishment of one classifi- 
cation, Municipal Railway; a companion measure to File 101-77-128. 
File 102-77-58 (CSC 60) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of one position in the Public Utilities Commission, 
Water Department, Peninsula Division. File 102-77-71 (CSC 73) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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9. Ordinance appropriating $83,361, Department of Public Health, for 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, various 
divisions, to reflect the transfer of eight positions in personnel 
and payroll classifications to comply with the program budget 
organization; rescinding $83,361 from the permanent salaries and 
related mandatory fringe benefits, various divisions. 

File 101-77-120 (RO 222) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting the 
transfer of eight positions to different Salary Standardization 
Ordinance sections in the Department of Public Health; a companion 
measure to File 101-77-120. File 102-77-69 (CSC 71) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of one vacant position in the Employees' Retire- 
ment System. File 102-77-75 (CSC 77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution determining and declaring that public interest and 
necessity demand the acquisition, construction, or completion by 
the City and County of the following municipal improvements, to wit: 
additions to and improvement of the Recreation and Park System. 
File 433-77 (Feinstein) 

(THIS ITEM IS CALENDARED FOR THE PURPOSE OF TABLING ) 

ACTION: TABLED 

13. Resolution establishing an Advisory Committee to the Mayor and 
Board of Supervisors to recommend the use and allocation of 
Community Development Funds. File 434-77 (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: TRANSFERRED TO PLANNING, HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT 
COMMITTEE BY CLERK OF THE BOARD. 

14. Resolution authorizing lease with Sovig Investment Company, 
lessor, for space located at 34 Boardman Place, for Public Health's 
Continuing Care Re-entry Program. File 64-77-49 (RO 232) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution providing for allocation of $44,901, Addendum No. 11, 
1977 Community Development Program, to initiate program activities 
in North of Market Area. File 79-77-18. 

ACTION: Amended to reduce by $11,873.00. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing Commission on Aging to enter into contracts 
with agencies to provide direct service to senior citizens in 

San Francisco. File 130-77-10 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution providing by assumption by City and County, Unified . 
School District and Community College District of greater portion 
of costs of Health Service System. File 425-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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Finance Committee - 3 - January 4, 1978 

18. Resolution authorizing and directing Sheriff as Chairman of 
County Board of Parole Commissioners to sign an agreement with 
California State Personnel Board for supervising and training 
welfare recipients as Parole Aide trainees. File 426-77 

v ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Hearing to consider supplemental police staffing, subsequent to 
enactment of Resolution No. 947-76, authorizing funding of 200 
additional police officer employments through Community Develop- 
ment, CETA and City monies. File 439-77 (Murphy) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. FILED. 

20. . Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Joan Hamilton 

against the City and County for the sum of $2.,000. File 48-77-20 
(RO 238) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Communication from Public Utilities Commission requesting release 

of funds for one position of 1496 Class III - Clerk. File 100-77-10, 

ACTION- Letter to Controller requesting release of funds for 
one 1496 Class III - Clerk. 



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"MEETING OF 

FINANCE COMMITTEE —«■.«. documents D€pt 

Board of Supervisors * r ' ''yblic library 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wedncsday^January 11, 1978 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 P. M. 

Present: Members of the Finance Committee (Supvs . Kopp, Dolson and Hutch) 

All members present 

Committee Clerk: Alice Hewlett 

1. Resolution authorizing acquisition by eminent domain proceedings 
of certain real property required for Open Space Program at a 
cost not to exceed $220,000 unless additional certification is 
secured. (Northwest corner of Larkin and O'Farrell Streets). 
File 84-77-20 

(Continued from 12/14/77) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF TH£ CHAIR 

'.'. . Ordinance appropriating $5,579, Juvenile Court, for permanent 

salaries and rescinding $5,579 from permanent salaries and related 
mandatory fringe benefits appropriations for reclassification of 
one position, Juvenile Hall. File 101-77-101 (RO 188) 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Juvenile 
Court, reflecting reclassification of one vacant part-time 
position to a full-time position. File 102-77-64 (CSC 66) 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $57,007, Public Health, District V, 
Mental Health Center, various appropriations, pursuant to pro- 
visions of Section 6.306 of the Charter; rescinding $57,007 from 
various appropriations, variousmental health centers, CMHS. 
File 101-77-109 (RO 208) 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

5. Ordinance appropriating $59,764, Public Health, Bureau of Alcoholism, 
varius service program facilities; rescinding $59,764 from various 
appropriations, various service program facilities, Bureau of 
Alcoholism, CMHS. File 101-77-110 (RO 206) 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (xu l Iul-l LuLal appTPp fruill $3 9 , 7 M g yr- 

6. Ordinance appropriating $136,316, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, medical services, 
care, drugs, chemicals, gases, foodstuffs pursuant to provision 
of Section 6.306 of the Charter, Bayview Mental Health Center; 
rescinding $136,316 from the medical services and care appropriation, 
Administration, CMHS. File 101-77-111 (RO 207) 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

7. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Public Health, 
reflecting abolishment of six positions and creation of five posi- 
tions, CMHS; a companion measure to Files 101-77-109, 101-77-110, 
101-77-111. File 102-77-68 (CSC 70) 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 2 - January 11, 1978 

8. Resolution approving and providing for execution of first amendatory 
contract for grant tc acquire and/or develop land for open-space 
purposes No. California OSC-406 (DL) (G) by and between the City and 
County of San Francisco and the United States of America at South 
San Francisco Opera House. File 415-77 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for the 1977 
Community Development Program by adding Addendum No. 10 thereto 
setting forth the special purpose and proposed expenditures from 
the Community Development Block Grant to carry out the Neighborhood 
Initiated Improvement Program. File 79-77-16 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JANUARY 18, 1978 

10. Ordinance appropriating 26,045, Public Utilities Commission, for 
permanent salaries for the reclassification of one position, Data 
Processing Center; rescinding $7,106 from permanent salaries and 
related mandatory fringe benefits appropriations, Data Processing 
Center; rescinding $1,061 from the services of other departments 
appropriation, Water Department. File 101-77-119 (RO 221) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
the reclassification of one position in the Public Utilities 
Computer Center; a companion measure to File 101-77-119. 

File 102-77-37 (CSC 31) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance amending Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1977-78, by 
correcting clerical error in Section 18, Administrative Provisions 
thereof, to reflect changes in subsistence pay for painters and 
related classes. File 101-77-115 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $500, for fixed charges, membership dues; 
rescinding $500 from fixed charges appropriation, Municipal Railway. 
File 101-77-116 (RO 220) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance amending Articel 24, Section 24.31, Fire Code, relating 
to rewards for arson convictions. File 413-77 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED a.iufi.12,, change .reference of "Chief of,, 
b^iiuln. Division to Chief of the Department, j 

15. Ordinance amending Chapter 6, Administrative Code, by amending 
Sections 6.1, 6.3, 6.19, 6.28 and 6.29 thereof, increasing the 
monetary limits within which Public Works projects may be per- 
formed by City and County departments to $10,000. File 421-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the internal transfer of Community Develop- 
ment Block Grant funds allocated to the 1977 Model Cities program 
for administrative costs to certain Model Cities projects for in- 
creased costs incurred in the implementat on of said Model Cities 
Projects. File 79-77-17 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 3 - January 11, 1978 

17. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Office to apply for and accept 
funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "Youth Service Bureau." File 68-77-27 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

18. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled 
"Mayor's Criminal Justice Council Evaluation Grant." File 68-777-2E 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (as above) 

19. Resolution authorizing the District Attorney to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a 
project entitled "Victim/Witness Project." File 153-77-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (as above) 

20. Resolution authorizing the Presiding Judge of the Municipal Court 
to apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for a project entitled "System Improvement Project." 
File 181-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (as above) 

21. Resolution authorizing Chief Juvenile Probation Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for a project entitled "Juvenile Court Communication System." 
File 182-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (as above) 

22. Resolution authorizing the Chief Probation Officer, Juvenile Court, 
to apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for a project entitled "Fire Safety Correction - Juvenile 
Hall." File 182-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for a project entitled "Courts Alternative Project." File 183-77-6 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

24. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled 
"Conflict Management within the County Jails." File 185-77-4 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

25. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled 
"Sheriff's Community Re-Entry Center." File 185-77-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

26. Resolution authorizing the General Manager of the Department of 
Social Services to apply for and accept funds from Office of 
Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled "La Casa de Las 
Madres." File 186-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see above) 



) 

Finance Committee - 4 - January 11. 19/8 

27. Notice from Department of Transportation, State of California, 

of intention to obligate $38,182 apportionment of Safer Off-Systems 
Roads funds for use for construction, reconstruction and improvement 
to the correction of safety hazards, replacement of bridges and 
elimination of high-hazard locations and roadside obstacles of any 
toll-free road, and under California's Federal Aid for Safer Off- 
System Roads Act, for fiscal year ending September 30, 1978, 
$186,417 is apportioned to County of San Francisco. File 128-77-4 

ACTION: (Combined with File 85-77-2) 

28. Resolution notifying the California Department of Transportation 
that the City and County of San Francisco wishes to claim the 
$186,417 apportioned to said City and County under the Federal Aid 
Highway Acts. File 85-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Resolution authorizing participation in Underground Service Alert. 
File ; 420-77 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO January 18, 1978 

30. Application of Virginia E. Dyal for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for personal injury in the amount of 
$1,000. File 50-77-4 

(City Attorney recommends granting) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; resolution prepared in and reported out of 
Committee granting application. 



Finance Committee • -2- January 18, 1978 



8. Ordinance appropriating $8,268, Public Health, CMIIS, for per- 
manent salaries for creation of one position, Mental Retarda- 
tion, pursuant to provisions of Charter Section 6.306; rescinding 
$8,268 from medical services and care appropriation, Administra- 
tion, CMIIS. File 101-77-132 (RO 235) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED as amended (Total approp. reduced to $6,872) 

9. Ordinance appropriating $504,988, Public Health, CMHS, for 
various appropriations, pursuant to provisions of Charter Sec- 
tion 6.306; rescinding $299,997 from various appropriations, 
Administration, CMHS. File 101-77-133 (RO 233) 

ArTTnM (Total approp. reduced to $409,247) 

alhuin: RECOMMENDED as amended (Supv. Hutch dissenting) 

10. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Health, CMHS, reflecting classification of six new positions, 
creation of two new unclassified positions, deleting one 
existing .position, upgrading salary of one existing unclassi- 
fied position, and restoration of three previously classified 
positions. (A companion measure to Files 101-77-131, 101-77-132, 
101-77-133) File 102-77-72 (CSC 74) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED as amended 

11. Ordinance appropriating $181,626, Recreation and Park, for 
materials and supplies, equipment and various Capital Improve- 
ment appropriations, Golf Course Division. File 101-77-134 

(RO 245) 

ACTION- RECOMMEN DED 

12. Ordinance appropriating $504.01, Sheriff, for Special Maintenance 
Fund to install a barrier between Adult and Juvenile portions of 
County Jail #1. File 101-77-135 (RO 243) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $16,547, Police Department, for services 
of other departments; rescinding $16,547 from permanent salaries. 
File 101-77-136 (RO 244) 

ACTION : j^q OMMENDED 

14. Resolution accepting gift from 3M Corporation of video character I 
generator, valued at $3,100, for use by the Public Library to 
provide video information services tc the deaf and hard-of -hearing. 
File 38-77-39. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing filing of application by Public Utilities 
Commission with Department of Transportation, U.S.A., for amend- 
ment to grant under Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as 
amended, for project improvements and equipment for Light Rail 
Vehicles. File 194-77-11. 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED 

16. Requesting review of the following Public Service Employment 
Projects : 

Real Alternatives Program (513) APPROVED 
Crossroads Community (270 APPROVED 

Reality House West (518) APPROVED 

S. F. Bay Area Dance Coalition (558) DISAPPROVED 

File 437-77-1 

ACTION: 

(cont . ) 



Finance Committee -3- January 18, 1978 



Review of Public Service Employment Projects (continued) : 

17. Lone Mountain College (378) APPROVED 
YMCA - Central Branch (865) APPROVED 
* Mexican American Legal Defense (395) COOT. 1 WK 
S. F. Consumer Action (579) DISAPPROVED 
United Jewish Community Center (770) APPROVED 
-.'.- S. F. Study Center (655) CONT. 1 WK' 

File 437-77-2 



ACTION: 



-{Refer 437-77-2.1) 



18. United Jewish Community Center (764) DISAPPROVED 
-.■-.•.Center for Rural Studies (91) CONT. 1 WK 

File 437-77-3 

ACTION: **Rgfer 437-77-3.1 

19. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Schlage Lock 
Company against the City and County by payment of $90,000. 
File 45-77-36. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claim of Robert J. 
Baireuther against the City and County by payment of $14,000. 

File 48-77-21 (RO 241) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City ana Count} 7 
against Barbara E. Hughes by accepting the sum of $1,575. 

File 49-77-12. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Meeting city Librarxan 

of public Library 

FINANCE committee civic Center 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Fran 

Wednesday x January 25, 1978 - 2 pm Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



FEB 1 1978 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
S.F. PUBLIC LIBRARY 



Requesting review of the following Public Service Employment 
Projects: 

(Continued from 1/18/78) 

Mexican American Legal Defenso (395) Approved 
S. F. Study Center (655) Disapproved 

File 437-77-2.1 
Center for Rural Studies (91) Approved 



File 437-77-3.1 



ACTION: 



Ordinance appropriating $7,309, Department of Finance and Records, 
County Clerk, for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe 
benefits; rescinding $7,309 from permanent salaries, for reclassi- 
fication of one position. File 101-77-121 (RO 223) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, County 
Clerk, reflecting classification of one new positions; a com- 
panion measure to 101-77-121. File 102-77-52 (CSC 54) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance appropriating $4,947.30, various departments, for retro- 
active salaries to adjust salary schedules of classes in Transpor- 
tation Promotive Series, effective July 1, 1976; rescinding 
$1,497.30 from permanent salaries appropriation, City Attorney. 
File 101-77-129 (RO 226) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

Ordinance appropriating $41,092, Police Department, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of four positions; rescinding 
$41,092 from permanent salaries. File 101-77-130 (RO 240) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Police 
Department, reflecting classification of five new positions; 
a companion measure to 101-77-130 File 102-77-56 (CSC 58) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance appropriating $350,000, Airport, for equipment for pur- 
chase of 3,000-gallon capacity crash-fire-rescue vehicle, pursuant 
to provisons of Charter Section 6.306. File 101-77-137 (RO 249) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -2- January 25, 1978 



8. Ordinance appropriating $22,316, Public Health, SFGH, for perma- 
nent salaries for transfer of positions in accordance with 
program budget, accounting and administration divisions; rescind- 
ing $22,316 from permanent salaries . File 101-77-138 (RO 247) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Health, reflecting transfer of two positions; a companion measure 
to 101-77-138. File 102-77-70 (CSC 72) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $5,518.11, Mayor's Office, City Demon- 
stration Agency, for* retroactive salaries, Craft, for payment of 
CETA employee; rescinding $5,518.11 from augmentation, CETA 
appropriation. File 101-77-139 (RO 257) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 2/1/78 

11. Ordinance appropriating $6,776, Water Department, for permanent 
salaries; rescinding $6,776 from permanent salaries appropria- 
tion, for reclassification of one position. File 101-77-140 
(RO 250) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

12. Ordinance appropriating $1,530,318.63, Public Works, Bureau of 
Sanitary Engineering, for the Southeast WPC Plant Expansion 
Alterations and Improvements, Local Share for Grant C-06-1099-110; 
rescinding $3,060,637.26 from various bond fund appropriations. 
File 101-77-142 (RO 260) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Works, Bureau of Building Inspection, reflecting classification 
of four new positions for Community Development Rehabilitation 
Assistance Program. File 102-77-79 (CSC 81) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
16.6-10, relating to departmental membership in organizations 
(Public Health). File 441-77. 

ACTION: TABLED 

15. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
6.14, relating to payment of damages to contractor for delays. 
File 116-78. . 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 2/1/78 

16. Ordinance amending Part III, San Francisco Municipal Code, by 
amending Section 132.5 thereof, relating to license fees for 
peddlers of food products for human consumption. File 128-78. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Administrative Secretary, Civil Service Commission. File 31-78-1. 

ACTION: 

RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -3- January 25, 1978 



18. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease of real 
property with Orpheum Building Company, as. Lessor, for space 
at 1182 Market Street, for use by Mayor's Criminal Justice 
Council. File 64-77-50 (RO 143) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease of real 
property with 814 Mission Struct Company, as Lessor, for space 
at 814 Mission Street, for use by City Demonstration Agency. 
File 64-77-51 (RO 242) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution authorizing extension of existing leases with various 
Lessors for space at 3560 Geary Boulevard, 480 McAllister Street, 
1891 Grove Street and 1212 Market Street, for use by the Depart- 
ment of Public Works' Rehabilitation Assistance Program. 

File 64-78-1. (RO 254) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing transfer of $44,760, Community Develop- 
ment Block Grant funds, allocated to 1977 Model Cities Program 
for funding Mission Childcare Consortium. File 79-77-19. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
the State of California for $398,000 required for the Southeast 
Water Pollution Control Plant, and construction, of relocated 
drill track. File 84-77-21. (RO 251) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

23. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for removal of non-conforming traffic 
stripes and pavement markings along various City Streets. 

File 103-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Resolution authorizing the Department of City Planning to apply 
for and accept Federal funds from the U. S. Department of Energy 
(DOE) fur a solar retrofit project at 100 Larkin Street, and 
authorizing acceptance of $2,000 from Pacific Gas and Electric 
Company as compensation for preparation of application by Zoe 
Works, Architects. File 126-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 2/1/78 

25. Resolution adjusting public parking rates and charges at Japanese 
Cultural and Trade Center parking facilities. File 432-77. 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

26. Hearing to consider terminating freeze on certain mechanics posi- 
tions, Municipal Railway Budget 1977-78. File 100-77-9. 

(Report from Budget Analyst) 

ACTION- RELEASE 30 POSITIONS ON TEMPORARY BASIS TO 6/30/78; 
AUiru.j. PERMANENT POSITIONS TO BE CONSIDERED IN 1978-79 BUDGET. 

27. Hearing with view towards implementing Senate Bill 213, Chapter 
956, which could provide additional funds for transit purposes. 
File 117-77-4. 



ACTION- CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAT R 



Finance Committee 



.4- 



January 25, 1978 



28. Hearing to review expenditure of funds by Sheriff's Department 
provided as a result of agreement between Sheriff's Office and 
U. S. Bureau of Prisons. File 185-77-3.1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; resolution prepared in and reported out of Cmte, 

Hearing to consider various requests for refund of Delinquent Property 
Tax Penalty, as follows : 



29. 

30. 
31. 

32. 



33, 
34. 

35. 
36. 

37. 

38. 

39. 



C laimant 

Primo R. and Naomi J. 
Repetto 

John H. Redmond 

D. Y. and S. N. Louie 

George Edelstein 



Occom Ridge Corporation 

William D. and Betty Mohr 

Angelo and Linda Festa 
Richard and Georgetta Burry 



Amount 




Tax Collector's 

Recommendation 


File Mo, 


$ 230.24 




Deny 


201-77-1 


337.81 




Deny 


201-77-2 


102.62 




Deny 


201-77-3 


82.68 

201.91 
23.07 
26.72 
20.47 


) 
) 
) 
) 
). 


All penalties 
should be 
waived. 


203-77-4 


147.22 




Deny 


201-77-5 


98.18 
104.14 


) 
) 


Deny 


201-77-6 


42.20 




Deny • 


201-77-7 


y 37.51 




Deny 


201-77-8 



ACTION: TAX COLLECTOR'S RECOMMENDATIONS APPROVED; resolution 
prepared in and reported out of Cmte. 

Hearing .to consider disposition of real property located on north- 
west corner of McAllister and Polk Streets, formerly a Standard 
Oil Service Station. File 123-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 2/1/78 

Hearing to review cost of proposed extension of cable car line 
to Fisherman's Wharf, method of funding if there are cost over- 
runs, and whether there is substantial public support for the 
project. File 122-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 2/8/78 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-1 (RO 255, 256) 



Court N o. 

Sup. Ct. #661-106 
Sup. Ct. #683-557 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Plaintiff 

Jose P. Arates 
Adele D. Crowley 



Settlement 

$ 750 
3,500 



40. 



Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigatcd claim of Ronald 
and Joanne Thompson, and Polly Thompson, a minor, against the 
City and County by payment of $1,200. File 48-77-23 (RO 246) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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41. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 315-G7, pertaining to rate of 
L estate transfer tax. File 120-78. 



ACTION: CONTINUED TO 2/8/78 



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Wednesday, February 1, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance appropriating $7,613, Public Health, Community Mental 
Health Services, for various appropriations, pursuant to provi- 
sions of Charter Section 6.306; rescinding $7,613, Community 
Mental Health Services, Public Health. File 101-77-109.1 (RO 208) 

(Separated in Board and rereferred to Committee 1/23/78) 

ACTION: 

2. Ordinance appropriating $117,731, Public Health, Community Mental 
Health Services, various appropriations, pursuant to provisions 
of Charter Section 6.306; rescinding $117,731, Community Mental 
Health Services, Public Health. File 101-77-133.2 (RO 233) 

(Separated in Board and rereferred to Committee 1/23/78) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Health, Community Mental Health Services, reflecting classifica- 
tion of four new positions, upgrading the salary of one existing 
unclassified position, and restoration of one previously classi- 
fied position; a companion measure to 101-77-133.2. 

File 102-77-72.1 (CSC 74) 

(Separated in Board and rereferred to Committee 1/23/78) 
ACTION: 

4. Ordinance appropriating $5,518.11, Mayor's Office, City Demonstra- 
tion Agency, for retroactive salaries, Craft, for payment of CETA 
employee; rescinding $5,518.11 from augmentation, CETA appropria- 
tion. File 101-77-139 (RO 257) 

(Continued from 1/25/78) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
6.14, relating to payment of damages to contractor for delays. 
File 116-78. 

(Continued from 1/25/78) 

ACTION: 

6. Resolution authorizing the Department of City Planning to apply 
for and accept Federal funds from the U. S. Department of Energy 
(DOE) for a solar retrofit project at 100 Larkin Street, and 
authorizing acceptance of $2,000 from Pacific Gas and Electric 
Company as compensation for preparation of application by Zoe 
Works, Architects. File 126-78. 

(Continued from 1/25/78) 

ACTION: 



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7. Hearing to consider disposition of real property located on north- 
west corner of McAllister and Polk Streets, formerly a Standard 
Oil Service Station. File 123-78. 

(Continued from 1/25/78) 

ACTION: 

8. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claim of Robert J. 
Baireuther against the City and County by payment of $14,000. 

File 48-77-21 (RO 241) 

(Continued from 1/25/78) 
ACTION: 

9. Ordinance appropriating $500,000, Public Works, Bureau of Sanitary 
Engineering, for the 1970 Water Pollution Control Bond North Shore 
Outfalls Consolidation, Local Share for Grant C-06-1254-010; 
rescinding $500,000 from the 1970 Water Pollution Control Bond 
North Point WPC Plant Alterations and Improvements, and $500,000 
from the 1976 Sewer Revenue Bond North Shore Outfalls Consolida- 
tion, Local Share for Grant C-06-1254-010. File 101-77-141 (RO 259) 

ACTION: 

10. Ordinance appropriating $52,675, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 
for permanent salaries for classification of four positions; 
rescinding $52,675 from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriation. File 101-77-123 (RO 225) 

ACTION: 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Fine Arts 
Museums, reflecting classification of four newly-budgeted posi- 
tions; a companion measure to 101-77-123. File 102-77-62 (CSC 64) 

ACTION: 

12. Resolution authorizing acquisition by eminent domain proceedings 
of certain real property required for Open Space Program at a cost 
not to exceed $220,000 unless additional certification is secured. 
File 84-77-20. 

ACTION: 

13. Resolution recommending expenditure of funds for acquisition of 
property located at northwest corner of Larkin and O'Farrell 
Streets for Open Space Program, and setting of public hearing 
by Board of Supervisors. File 84-77-20.1. 

ACTION: 

14. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Martha D. Wilson 
against the City and County by payment of $997.54. File 48-77-1 
(RO 263) 

ACTION: 

1 

15. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-2 (RO 262, 266, 
267, 268) 

Court No . Plaintiff Settlement 

Sup Ct. #696068 GuHLermo Duharte ~5 5./50 

#650878 David McNeil and Carmen 

Velez 30,000 

#681179 Frank J. Smith, et al 100,000 

#641860 01 Lan Wong 3,000 

ACTION: 



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16. Requesting review of Public Service Employment Projects, as 
follows: 

YMCA-Bachanan (858) 

S. F. Housing Authority (605) 

United Jewish Community Centers (767) 

Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. (415) 

File 437-77-4 

ACTION : 

17. Application of Jesse Muldrow for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for medical negligence in the amount 
of $250,000. File 50-77-45. 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

ACTION: 



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Wednesday.^ February 8, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



1. Ordinance appropriating $200,000, various departments, for other 
professional services, Management Audit, General Office, Depart- 
ment of Public Works; rescinding $200,000 from various appropria- 
tions; an emergency measure. File 101-77-113 (RO 211) 

(Taken from Table 1/25/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 2/15 

2. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
32.81 by substituting $7,500 for a $3,500 maximum amount of 
hardship loan in the Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP). 
File 143-77-11. 

(Taken from Table 1/30/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $6,000, Parking Authority, for services 
of Real Estate Department. File 101-77-144 (RO 271) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $19,751, Public Health, SFGH, for perma- 
nent salaries; rescinding $19,751 from permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits appropriations for creation of six 
part-time positions and abolishment of three full-time positions. 
File 101-77-145 (RO 239) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Health, SFGH, reflecting abolishment of three full-time posi- 
tions and creation of six part-time positions; a companion 
measure to 101-77-145. File 102-77-78 (CSC 80) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Works, Bureau of Building Inspection, reflecting classification 
of 23 new positions for Community Development Rehabilitation 
Assistance Program. File 102-77-83 (CSC 85) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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7. Resolution accepting gift from Hyatt Regency Hotel of Parcourse 
Exercise Circuit, valued at $2,500, and materials from Homer 
Olson, contractor, valued at $1,100, by Recreation and Park 
Department for installation at Justin Herman Plaza. File 38-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to contract with and accept 
. - funds from the California State Department of Education for 

Wu Yee Lok Yuen Child Care Center. File 68-78-1. 

AGTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution approving agreement between Art Commission and Inter- 
section to provide cultural and artistic services for one year. 
File 133-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO MARCH 1 

10. Resolution urging the Mayor to urge the Public Utilities Commis- 
sion to reinstate water allotment to pre-drought levels and 
requesting a reduction in the current water rates. File 140-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Hearing to consider exemption from Utility Users Tax for persons 
receiving Lifeline levels of service from Pacific Gas and Elec- 
tric Company, and increasing rate on all gas and electricity 
used in excess of the lifeline amounts. File 401-77. 

ACTION: FILED 

12. Hearing to consider initiation of a study of arbitration as a 
means of settling contract disputes between contractors and the 
City and County, or its departments. File 136-78. 

ACTION: FILED 

13. Hearing to review cost of proposed extension of cable car line 
to Fisherman's Wharf, method of funding if there are cost over- 
runs, and whether there is substantial public support for the 
project. File 122-78. 

ACTION: FILED 

14. Requesting review of Public Service Employment Project entitled 
"Booker T. Washington Community Service Center (73)." File 437-77-5. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

15. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventories of various City 
and County departments to reflect loss of property. 

File 17-77-3. 

(Total amount: $3,831) 
ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

16. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 45-78-3 (RO 265, 270) 

Homer J. Olson, Inc. $91,600 Sup. Ct. #700583 
Pacific Gas &Elec. Co. 1,315.09 Sup. Ct . #670072 

ACTION: Homer J Olson, Inc. recomm "Do Not Pass": 

PG&E recommended; separated in Cmte 45-78-3.1. 

17. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claim of Paul 
Makaveckas against the City and County by payment of $971.87. 
File 48-78-2 (RO 565) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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Wednesday ^February 15, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance appropriating $15,958, Board of Supervisors, for other 
professional services, services of a Chief Labor Negotiator; 
rescinding $15,958 from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe 
benefits and legislative expenses appropriation, Employee Rela- 
tions Division; an emergency measure. File 101-77-155 (RO 292) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $200,000, various departments, for other 
professional services, Management Audit, General Office, Depart- 
ment of Public Works; rescinding $200,000 from various appropri- 
ations; an emergency measure. File 101-77-113 (R0 211) 

(Taken from Table 1/25/78; continued from 2/8/78) 

ACTION: CONT. TO 3/1/78 

3. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, Parking Authority, for additional 
costs in the preparation of a draft Environmental Impact Report 
to determine the feasibility of a public off-street parking 
facility. File 101-77-8 (RO 18) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

4. Hearing to determine whether proposed non-profit parking garage 
at Mission and Steuart Streets is to be constructed or the plan 
abandoned, and to determine amount of taxpayers' liability for 
costs advanced by proponents. File 392-77. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

5. Ordinance appropriating $8,832, Parking Authority, for permanent 
salaries for immediate replacement of Confidential Secretary to 
Director. File 101-77-146 (RO 276) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. AS AMENDED ; reduce total approp. to $8,170 

6. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Confidential Secretary to Director, Parking Authority; a com- 
panion measure to File 101-77-146. File 31-78-2 (RO 277) 

ACTION: REC OMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $68,092, Public Health, SFGH, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits for classification 
of ten positions; rescinding $68,092 from permanent salaries appro- 
priation. File 101-77-147 (RO 274) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED , AS AMENDED (see file for amendments^; effective 



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8. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Health, SFGH, reflecting classification of nine new positions 
(1977-78 budget), and the classification of one new position 
(1976-77 budget, Division of Outpatient and Community Services); 
a companion measure to 101-77-147. File 102-77-59 (CSC 61) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED /see file for amendments) with 

9. Ordinance appropriating $11,144, Police Department, for permanent 
salaries; rescinding $11,144 from permanent salaries and manda- 
tory fringe benefits, for reclassification of three positions. 
File 101-77-148 (RO 273) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (to Board 3/6/78 with companion measure) 

10. Ordinance appropriating $10,175, Commission on the Aging, for 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits; 
rescinding $10,175 from permanent salaries appropriation, for 
reclassification of one position. File 101-77-143 (RO 261) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Commis- 
sion on the Aging, reflecting abolishment of one classification 
and establishment of one new classification; a companion measure 
to 101-77-143. File 102-77-77 (CSC 79) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

12. Ordinance appropriating $20,000 for facilities maintenance, slope 
and stairway reconstruction on Vallejo Street between Montgomery 
and Kearny Streets, Department of Public Works, Special Gas Tax 
Street Improvement Fund. File 101-77-149 (RO 281) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $5,564, Recreation and Park, for perma- 
nent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits; rescinding $5,564 
from permanent salaries appropriation, Special Zoo Division. 
File 101-77-156 (RO 293) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Recreation 
and Park, reflecting classification of one position; a companion 
measure to 101-77-156. File 102-77-12 (CSC 11) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing compromise of and partial release of lien 
on property at 93 Mornings ide Drive, San Francisco, and presently 
owned by the Estate of Margaret S. Carmen, deceased. File 3-77-4. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF CHAIR 

16. Resolution authorizing lease with Eddy-Hyde Partners, as Lessors, 
for space at 259 Hyde Street, for Department of Public Works' 
Rehabilitation Assistance Program. File 64-78-2 (RO 280) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing acquisition of an easement for pole and 
overh ead power lines in Tuolumne County, California, from 
Eleanor Hughes for $300, to supply electric power to Moccasin 
Wastewater Spray Field. File 84-78-1 (RO 279) 



ACTION- RECOMMENDED 



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18. Requesting review of Public Service Employment contract for Cross- 
roads Community (The Farm) (270) approved by Finance Committee on 
January 18, 1978. File 143-77-1.1. 

ACTION: HEARING HELD; FILED 

19. Requesting review of various Crossroads Community Center Projects, 
as follows: 

Community Environment and Art Education (269) 
Training and Theater Development /Management (271) 
Urban Farm Research/Demonstration (272) 
• File 143-77-7. 

ACTION- HEARING HELD; FILED 

20. Hearing to consider reduction of water rates (requested by East 
Palo Alto Municipal Council) and opposing increased water rates 
and diversion of Hetch Hetchy water funds for development of 
internal distribution system for San Francisco (requested by 
City of San Bruno) . File 140-78-2 (Feinstein) 

ACTION: FILED; combined with 140-78-1 

21. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Nellie Romero 
against the City and County in the amount of $10,000. File 
45-78-4 (RO 275) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED! 

22. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against various defendants, as follows: 

Paul Ito $7,860.26 

Southern Pac. Transp. Co. 8,333.33 

File 49-78-1 

ACTION: ito - separated and continued 1 week (49-78-1.1) 
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Wednesday ,. February 22, 1978, 2:00 p.m. 
Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 



Room 228, City Hall 



Ordinance appropriating $399.84', Sheriff, for contractual services, 
to house inmate at Vacaville under Court Order; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-165 (RO 306) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



2. Ordinance appropriating $54,000, Public Works, for overtime; 
rescinding $54,000 from repair of various sewers and structure 
appropriation, WPC-Sewer Repair Division; an emergency measure. 
File 101-77-166 (RO 308) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (SUPV. DOLSON DISSENTING) 

3. Ordinance appropriating $5,518.11, Mayor's Office, for retroactive 
salaries, Craft, for retroactive wage payment of a CETA employee; 
rescinding $5,518.11 from the augmentation, CET appropriation, 
City Demonstration Agency. File 101-77-139 (RO z57) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (SUPV. DOLSON DISSENTING) 

4. Ordinance appropriating $17,049, Finance and Records, County Clerk, 
for permanent salaries for reclassification of five positions; 
rescinding $17,049 from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriations. File 101-77-150 (RO 278) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, County 
Clerk, reflecting reclassification of five positions; a companion 
measure to 101-77-150. File 102-77-74 (CSC 76) v _ 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Sheriff, to increase Stores Revolv- 
ing Fund. File 101-77-151 (RO 282) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



Ordinance appropriating $8,022, Public Works, for temporary salaries: 
rescinding $8,022 from permanent salaries appropriation, Road Fund. 
File 101-77-152 (RO 283) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



Ordinance appropriating $7,500, Parking Authority, for services of 
Real Estate Department, to be reimbursed from sale of bonds. 
File 101-77-153 (RO 272) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



Ordinance appropriating $55,326, Public Works, Eureau of Street 
Cleaning, for temporary salaries, contractual services, materials 
and supplies, for CETA Special Street Cleaning Project; rescinding 
$55,326 from Contractual Services Appropriation. File 101-77-154 
(RO 285) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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10. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
5212 Principal Civil Engineer, Water Department. File 31-78-3 
(RO 286) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

11. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
7281 Street Cleaning Supervisor II, Public Works. File 31-78-4 
(RO 289) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Q80 Captain, Police Department. File 31-78-5 (RO 290) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. - Resolution authorizing waiver of lien of City and County against 

Robert and Elizabeth Arriola. File 3-78-2. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/1/78 

14. Resolution authorizing lease with Isa and Riska Martha, Lessors, 
for real property located at 3129-16th Street for use by Public 
Health, Mission Outreach Program. File 64-78-3 (RO 287) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing amendment and extension of sublease with 
Redevelopment Agency, as Sublessor, for space located at 939 Ellis 
Street, for Mayor's Office. File 64-78-4. (RO 288) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for modification of traffic signals at 
selected locations. File 103-78-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for construction of roadside barrier on 
east side of San Jose Avenue, from a point 150" feet to a point 
810 feet south of Randall Street. File 103-78-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution approving Addendum No. 16, 1975 Community Development 
Program, authorizing funds to supplement prior allocations for 
rehabilitation of public service facilities. File 253-75-19. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution authorizing the Commission on Aging to enter into 
contracts with agencies to provide direct service to senior 
citizens. File 144-78-1. 

ACT ION : REC OMMEND ED 

20. Resolution prohibiting reimbursement of out-of-state expenses 

to City and County employees attending convention in states which 
have not ratified Equal Rights Amendment. File 146-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR (CA opinion pending) 



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Finance Committee -3- February 22, 1978 

Requesting review of various Public Service Employment Projects, as follows; 

21. S. F. Housing Authority (604) 
S. F. Housing Authority (612) 
United Jewish Community Centers (768) 
Catholic Social Services (87) 

Northern California Service League (460) (Supv. Kopp abstained) 

File 437-77-6. APPROVED 

22. Legal Services for Children (372) 
Oceanic Society Expeditions (561) 
Artist Equity Association (030) 

Bay Area Feminist Federal Credit Union (054) 
S. F. Art Institute (552) 

File 437-77-8. APPROVED 

23. Support Center (736) 

Julian Theater Co., Inc. (363) 
Community Music Center (257) 
Oakes Children's Center, Inc. (462) 
Feedback Productions, Inc. (293) 

File 437-77-9. APPROVED 

24. Greater S. F. Opportunities Industrial Center, Inc. (325) 
File 437-77-10 _ APPROVED 

ACTION- 

25. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against various defendants ,. as follows: File 49-78-2 

Thomas M. Broad, personal injury $1,000 
Stephen M. Wilson, personal injury 1,223.30 

ACTION: WILSON RECOMMENDED; V BROAD CONTINUED TO 3/1/78 (49-78-2.1) 
26. Application of Lawrence Ruzick for leave to present late claim 

(Calendared in error) 



27. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 

against Paul Ito by accepting the sum of $7,860.26. File 49-78-1.1. 



(Continued from 2/15/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/1/78 



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Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ^ March 1, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Pelosi, Dolson, Lau, Hutch, Gonzales 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



1. Resolution finding that community facility is of benefit to 
Western Addition Approved Redevelopment Project Area A2; that 
no other reasonable means of financing this facility is avail- 
able except by Economic Development Administration grant to 
San Francisco Redevelopment Agency; authorizing Mayor to enter 
into agreement with Redevelopment Agency for said construction; 
authorizing director of Property to accept deed for facility 
upon completion of construction. File 11-77-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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FINANCE°COMMITTEE MAR 6 1978 

Board of Supervisors documents dept. 

City and County of San Francisco s ' Fl Pu — '- library 

Wednesday, March 1, 1978, 2:30 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance appropriating $10,000, Adult Probation, for contractual 
services, rental of office equipment; rescinding $10,000 from 
permanent salaries appropriation; an emergency measure. File 
101-77-172 (RO 324) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (Reduce total approp to $8,385) 

2. Ordinance appropriating $200,000, various departments, for other 
professional services, Management Audit, General Office, Depart- 
ment of Public Works; rescinding $200,000 from various appropri- 
ations; an emergency measure. File 101-77-113 (RO 211) 

(Continued from 2/15/78) 

ACTION- RECOMMEND "DO NOT PASS" (Sched for Board meeting of 3/13/78) 
Supv. Hutch dissenting. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $154,176, Public Utilities Commission, 
Data Processing Center, for temporary salaries and contractual 
services; appropriating $154,176, Water Department, Water Operat- 

> ing Fund, for services of other departments. File 101-77-157 

(RO 298) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (Reduce -each item to $141,238)- 

4. Ordinance appropriating $3,122.55, Sheriff, for special maintenance 
fund to house prisoners in San Mateo County Jail. File 101-77-159 
(RO 299) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $80,000, Water Department, for overtime 
and temporary salaries for mandatory rationing plan. File 
101-77-160 (RO 302) 

' . ' ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (Reduce total approp. to $77,500) 

6. Ordinance appropriating $140,480.03, Water Department, for fixed 
charges, judgments and claims. File 101-77-163 (RO 312) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $49,368, Police Department, for grant 
matching funds, to provide local match to continue Project 
S.A.F.E.; rescinding $34,468 from Mayor's Criminal Justice 
Council appropriation, City Demonstration Agency; rescinding 
$14,900 from Mayor's Criminal Justice Council appropriation. 
File 101-77-161 (RO 305). 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution authorizing Chief of Police to apply for and accept 
Federal funds from Law Enforcement Assistance Administration 

to continue the "San Francisco Citizens Safetv Proiect (S.A.F.E.)"; 
a companion measure to 101-77-161 File 151-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMEN 020 



9. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Police 
Department, reflecting reclassification of three positions; a 
companion measure to 101-77-148. File 102-77-86 (CSC 88) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $3,360, Public Works, for fixed charges 
for rent increase due to move of office space; rescinding $2,400 
from fixed charges appropriation, Bureau of Architecture; 
rescinding $960 from contractual services appropriation, General 
Office. File 101-77-158 (RO 301) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution authorizing lease with Hastings College of the Law, 
Lessors, for space at 333 Golden Gate Avenue, for Department of 
Public Works, Bureau of Architecture; a companion measure to 
101-77-158. File 64-78-6 (RO 303) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, Art Commission, for services of 
Real Estate Department; rescinding $5,000 from Neighborhood Arts 
Program and Supporting Services appropriations. File 101-77-162 
(RO 307) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $205,000, Municipal Railway, for overtime, 
RMra«anfixtaxpKByiaiBnsxafxSkariKrxSEE£iBHxfix3fi65 rescinding 
$205,000 from permanent salaries, Crafts appropriation, Municipal 
Railway. File 101-77-164 (RO 314) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (Reduce total approp to $195,000) 

14. Ordinance authorizing amendment of operating agreement and lease 
with J. David Gladstone Foundation, Lessee, at San Francisco 
General Hospital, for medical research. File 65-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing sublease with Audio Professionals, Inc., 
Sublessors, for space at 2001 Bryant Street, for Department of 
Public Works, Traffic Sign Shop. File 64-78-5. 

AC T ION : REC OMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing extension of lease with 814 Mission Street 
Company, Lessor, for space at 814 Mission Street for City Demon- 
stration Agency. File 64-78-7 (RO 300) 

ACT ION : REG OMMENDED 

17. Resolution approving agreement between Art Commission and Inter- 
section to provide cultural and artistic services for one year. 
File 133-78 

(Continued from 2/8/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
9337 Diesel Tugboat Operator, Port Commission. File 31-78-6. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/8/78 

19. Resolution authorizing Recreation and Park Department to apply for 
unu a,eccpt funds fr^ti the Stflte of G&lifoimifl ■fro™ the RowrtTfci*" 
Z'Berg Urban Open Space and Recreation Program. File 147-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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20. Resolution authorizing Director of Emergency Services to accept 
surplus Federal property on behalf of various departments of the 
City and County; rescinding Resolution No. 193-66. File 149-78. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing waiver of lien of the City and County 
against Robert and Elizabeth Arriola. File 3-78-2. 

(Continued from 2/22/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, as follows: 



Sup. 


Ct. 


#699-619 


Sami Kawar 


$ 750 


Sup. 


ct. 


#690-544 


Zeferino Hernandez 


1,250 


Sup. 


ct. 


#649-460 


Gladys Dossee 


2,250 



File 45-78-5 (RO 295, 296, 297) 

ACTION: B8EC0MMENDED; ordinance prepared in and reptd out of Cmte. 

23. Resolution authorizing compromise of unlitigated claim of Bruce 
Cohn for personal injury and property damage by payment of 
$2,000. File 48-78-4 (RO 294) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Application of Lawrence Ruzick for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for personal injury in the amount 
of $500,000. File 50-77-39 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 

25. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and 
County against Thomas M. Broad for personal injury by accepting 
the sum of $1,000. File 49-78-2.1 

(Continued from 2/22/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

26. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against Paul Ito by accepting the sum of $7,860.26. File 49-78-1.1 



ACTION 



(Continued from 2/22/78) 
Continued to 3/8/78 



ADDENDUM CALENDAR 

Meeting 
of 

FINANCE, COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 1, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Slerk: A. Hewlett 

27. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Tip Top Club, Robert Mendes and Lydia Mendes by 
accepting the sum of $33,333, and authorizing dismissal of liti- 
gation. File 46-78-1 

ACTION: TABLED 



CALENDAR City Librarian 

Public Library ,x 
Meeting civic Center VOc S 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Wednesday, March 8, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



CONSENT CALENDAR 



oocur. .-■ rs dept. 



1. The following measures are considered to be routine by the Finance 
Committee and will be acted upon by one motion. There will be no 
separate discussion of these items unless a Committee member or 
citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from 
the General Order of Business and considered separately on the 
calendar; 

(Note: It is the intention of the Committee to Table these items) 

a. Ordinance amending the Building Code, various sections, relating 
to permit fees. File 291-75. 

b. Ordinance amending the Plumbing Code, Section C7.1, relating to 
fee schedules. File 292-75. 

c. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Municipal Code, Part III, 
Sections 86 and 160, relating to license fees for apartment 
houses and hotels. File 293-75. 

d. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Municipal Code, Part III, 
by amending Sections 703, 707 and 720, relating to Telephone 
Users Tax, providing for certain exemptions, and implementation 
of "911" Emergency Telephone System. File 146-76. 

(5/17/76 Rereferred to Committee) 

e. Hearing to elicit from City Departments information concerning 
their present practices in advertising for and awarding and 
updating leases and contracts, with a view to drafting legis- 1 
lation which would establish a uniform set of standards for the 
City, and County. File 594-74. 

f . Hearing to consider transfer of funds from Juvenile Court Basic 
Skills Project to the Unified School. District, effective 9/1/76. 
File 145-75-3.1. 

ACTION: TABLED 

REGULAR CALENDAR 

2. Ordinance appropriating $8,415, Department of Public Works, for 
holiday and overtime, Crafts; rescinding $8,415 from materials 
and supplies appropriation, Bureau of Water Pollution Control; an 
emergency measure. File 101-77-174 (RO 331) 

ACTION: TABLED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $161,000, Sheriff, for foodstuffs; an 
emergency measure. File 101-77-175 (RO 332) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED . (change source of funding to Genl Fund, 

GL 1780, Sheriff's Special Maintenance 
Fund instead of Emergency Reserve) 



4. Ordinance appropriating $5,096, District Attorney, Family Support 
Bureau, for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe bene- 
fits; rescinding $5,096 from permanent salaries appropriation. 
File 101-77-168 (RO 310) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, District 
Attorney, Family Support Bureau, reflecting reclassification of 
one position; a companion measure to 101-77-168. Fiie 102-77-82 
(CSC 84) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $2,299, Art Commission, for temporary 
salaries; rescinding $2,299 from other contractual services 
appropriation, Federally-funded units, Mayor's Office. File 
101-77-169 (RO 309) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/15/78 

7. Ordinance appropriating $3,516, Adult Probation, for permanent 
salaries and related fringe benefits; rescinding $3,516 from 
permanent salaries and fringe benefits appropriations, for 
reclassification of one position. File 101-77-170 (RO 313) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending the Annual balary Ordinance 1977-78, Aduit 
Probation, reflecting reclassification of one position; a com- 
panion measure to 101-77-170. File 102-77-84 (CSC 86) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance appropriating $2,500, Recreation and Park, Special Zoo 
Division, for temporary salaries. File 101-77-171 (RO 316) 

ACTION: RECOMHMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $43,986, Public Health, Northeast Mental 
Health Center, for other professional services; rescinding $43,986 
from Estimated Revenue, Community Mental Health Services appro- 
priation. File 101-77-108.1 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total appropriation from 

$43,986 to $25,658) 

11. Ordinance amending the Public Works Code, various sections, and 
repealing Section 149.6, establishing procedures for residential 
users filing appeals on percentage of water consumption used to 
calculate sewer service charges; authorizing Director of Public 
Works to resolve such appeals; authorizing Residential Users Appeals 
Board to consider those appeals which Director is unable to resolve 
to satisfaction of appellants; providing for funding of appeals 
procedure. File 155-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

12. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
16.157, approving Health Service System plans, rates of contri- 
bution and fee schedules, as adopted by the Health Service Board. 
File 163-78. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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13. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
1446 Senior Clerk Stenographer, Fire Department. File 31-78--7 
(RO 315) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign agreement to allow Cali- 
fornia Housing Finance Authority to provide financial assistance 
to homeowners and potential homeowners. File 153-78. 

ACTION : REC OMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing sale at public auction of parcels of tax- 
deeded real property. File 154-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

16. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds for Public Service Employment projects; rescinding 
Resolution No. 913-77. File 68-78-2. 

ACTION: TABLED (Supv. Kopp dissenting in Cmte.) 

17. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
9337 Diesel Tugboat Operator, Port Commission. File 31-78-6. 

(Continued from 3/1/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/15/78 

18. Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's report of February, 1978 of 
the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) , Title VI, 
Public Service Employment Projects, operated by private non- 
profit organizations. File 156-78-1. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/15/78 



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Requesting review of various Public Service Employment projects, 
as follows : 

19. Regional Young Adult Project (520) (CONTINUED TO 3/15/78) 437-77-11. 
San Francisco Child Abuse Council (566) 

WACAP (Western Addition Center for Alcoholic Problems) (851) 
San Francisco Boys' Club, Inc. (564) 

File 437-77-11 

20. Booker T. Washington Community Service Center (73) 
File 437-77-5 

21. Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. (415) 

(Disapproved 2/1/78) 
File 437-77-4.1 

22. Western Gerontological Society (855) ) CONTINUED TO 3/15/78; 
Artists in Response, Inc. (33) ) 437-77-12.1 
Artists in Response, Inc. (34) ) 

San Francisco Big Sisters, Inc. (563) 

File 437-77-12 

23. San Francisco Study Center (652) 
Northern California Service League (459) 
Intersection (352) 

Intersection San Francisco Art Workers Coalition (351) 

File 437-77-13 

24. Intersection (Cloud House) (358) 
San Francisco Ecology Center (599) 
Peoples Law School (490) 

File 437-77-14 

ACTION: ALL PROJECTS APPROVED EXCEPT THOSE CONTINUED ONE WEEK. 

25. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, as follows: 

Superior Ct. #689-929 Jocelyn Foo $ 3,185 

■" " #685-587 Margo Skinner 2,500 

" #698-003 Celia Tyrrell and 

Paulo Reyna 2,500 

Municipal Ct. #720-973 Robert Darling 1,600 

File 45-78-6 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ordinance prepared in and reptd out of Cmte . 

26. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against Paul Ito by accepting the sum of $7,860.26. File 49-78-1.1 

(Continued from 3/1/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/15/78 



ADDENDUM CALENDAR 

Meeting 
of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

4:00 p.m. Legislative Chambers, 
Wednesday, March 8, 1977, ^f^^Rfr *€*mi==2€€, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



Reso lution setting forth policy of the City and County with 
respect to contract by and between the City and County and 
the San Francisco Giants Baseball Club. File 157-78. * 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Hearing to review the City and County's, as well as the San 
Francisco Giants', position with respect to removal of said 
team from San Francisco. File 157-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; resolution prepared in and reported 
out of Cmte . 



""Authors of resolution are Supvs . Kopp, Dolson, Pelosi, 
Molinari, White. 



Meeting Publir T iuZ 

of Civir r 5 rary 

■ f - x. COMMITTEE center 

Board of Supervisors 
^ ol. City and Courffy of San Francisco 

'\S-1£ Wednesday, March 15, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



MAR 2 1978 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
S.F. PU LIC LIBRARY 



CONSENT CALENDAR 



All matters listed hereunder constitute a Consent Calendar, are 
considered to be routine by the Finance Committee, and will be 
acted upon by a single roll-call vote of the Committee. There 
will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of 
the Committee or a member of the public so requests, in which 
event the matter shall be removed from the Consent Calendar and 
considered as a separate item. 

(Note: It is the intention of the Committee to Table these items) 



a. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending 
Section 10.88 relating to cash difference fund, and con- 
tingency fund for bad debt expense to include employees 
of the Family Support \ ircau of the District Attorney's 
Office within provisions of said section. File 319-77. 

b. Hearing to consider declaration of Geneva Terrace as a 
Special Tax District. File 121-75. 



TABLED 



FILED 



c. Hearing to consider that Medi-Cal and other sources, such as 
health insurance carriers , be billed for emergency services FILED 
to their insured. File 256-76-1. 

d. Hearing to consider that Administx'ative Code be amended to 
provide a penalty of $2.50 for a returned item (bounced FILED 
check). File 416-76. 

e. Hearing to cons Ida?- State acquisition of City property at FILED 
Thomas Avenue at Fitch Street, in the vicinity of Candle- 
stick Shoreline Park. File 536-76. 

f . Hearing to determine whether there are any violations of 
federal, state or local regulations in the administ: ation 

of the General Assistance Prcgre-jn of the Department of pttfd 
Social Services, or any misconduct on the part of City ^ 
employees, and the feasibility of establish ing an investi- 
gative unit in the District Attorney's Office similar to 
that in Santa Clara County. File 263-76-3. 

g. Hearing to consider report on revenues and accounts receivable 

at San Francisco Genera] Hospital avid of EDP Directory, ., . D 
on audit report of hospital bv K entz and Company 
dated January 2, 1976/ File 123-76. 

ACTION: TABLEI IND IATED 

KEGU C LENDAR 

Hearing to consid : Bi port of Feb., 1978,, of i ] 

Comprehensive Empl , . DA), Title VI, Pul 

Service Empl ted by private non-pv 

zations. File 156-78-1 

(Continued f • 1/8/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/29/78 



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3. Ordinance appropriating $180,950, Municipal Court, for temporary 
sala'ries, other professional services, and services of other 
departments for Phase I-Detailed System Design, Simplified Auto- 
mated Traffic System; an emergency measure. File 101-77-98 

(RO 193) 

(Continued from 12/21/77; awaiting report of EDP Priority 
Committee) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/22/78 

4. Ordinance appropriating $22,097, Chief Administrative Officer, 
for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, 
contractual services, use of employee cars, other professional 
services, equipment and materials and supplies, to institute 
Risk Manager's Program; an emergency ordinance. File 101-77-167 
(RO 311) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (delete Clerk Steno position and 

reduce total approp to $9,487) 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Chief 
Administrative Officer, reflecting creation of one position in 
the Risk Manager's Program; a companion measure to 101-77-167. 
File 102-77-89 (CSC 90) 

ACTION: TABLED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $10,142, Public Works, for facilities 
maintenance, contractual cleaning, maintenance and repair pro- 
gram for United Nations Plaza and Fountain; rescinding $10,142 
from maintenance and inspection of elevators at San Francisco 
General Hospital appropriation, Bureau of Building Repair; an 
emergency ordinance. File 101-77-182 (RO 342) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED; reduce total approp to $5,531. 

7. Ordinance appropriating $9,044, City Attorney, for permanent 
salaries; rescinding $9,044 from permanent salaries and fringe 
benefits appropriation, for reclassification of three positions, 
File 101-77-173 (RO 317) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, City 
Attorney, reflecting classification of four new positions (1977-78 
budget); a companion measure to 101-77-173. File 102-77-76 

(CSC 78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance approving and authorizing execution of project lease 
and authorizing and ratifying execution of documents reasonably 
necessary for issuance, sale and delivery of bonds of San Fran- 
cisco Performing Arts Garage Lease Revenue Bonds. File 418-77-1. 

ACT I ON : REC OMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $8,000, Sheriff, for temporary salaries, 
Keepers; rescinding $3,169 from permanent salaries appropriation; 
an emergency ordinance. File 10i-77-183 (RO 348) 

ACTION : RECO: "TENDED 

11. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Municipal Coda (Public Works) 
by adding Section 142.1 thereto, providing for lifeline scv. T cr 
service rates. File 155-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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12. Resolution waiving Statute of Limitations with respect to pay- 
ment of certain warrant of the City and County in the sum of 
$45.81 issued to Emily Hammermann. File 23-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution waiving Statute of Limitations with respect to pay- 
ment of wan-ants in the total sum of $1,297.69 issued to 
Patrick Conaghan. File 23-78-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to contract with and accept 
minor capital outlay funds from the State Department of Educa- 
tion on beh alf of the Niho-nmachi Little Friends, a childcare 
provider agency. - File 68-78-3. 

ACT ION : REC OMMEND ED 

15. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for aoaxix&KKspt: funds 
from State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commis- 
sion for energy conservation programs . File 68-78-4 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/22/78 

16. Resolution authorizing the Airports Commission to execute and 
file project application with Federal Aviation Administration 
to accept grant for improvements at San Francisco International 
Airport. File 27-78-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing General Manager of Public Utilities to 
apply for and accept funds from Urban Mass Transportation Admin- 
istration to implement Minority Business Enterprise Program. 
File 162-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution authorizing General Manager of Public Utilities to 
apply for and accept funds from State Department of Transpor-^ 
tation to fund design, planning and engineering of surface rail 
line along the Embarcadero from Muni Metro Subv;ay and Southern 
Pacific Depot. File 162-78-2. 

ACT ION : REC OMMEND ED 

19. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Q80 Captain, Police Department. File 31-78-8 (RO 338) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Q80 Captain, Police Department. File 31-78-9 (RO 340) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -4- March 15, 1978 



21. Resolutions recommending that the Board of Supervisors provide 
for issuance and sale of City and County bonds, as follows: 
File 164-73 

(-1) $645,000 Street Lighting, 1964 - Series G 

(-2) $741,000 Fire Protection System Improvement, 1971 - Series C 
(-3) $2,250,000 Street and Parkway Lighting, 1972 ~ Series C 
(-4) $1,110,000 Fire Protection System Improvement, 1974 - 

Series B 
(-5) $1,560,000 Irrigation System of the Recreation and Park 

Department, 1977 - Series A 
(-6) $1,730,000 Fire Protection System Improvement, 1977 - 

Series A 
(-7) $6,000,000 Municipal Water Supply System Improvement, 1972 - 

Series C 
(-8) Directing sale of bonds and publication of official notice 

of sale . 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED (substitute legis. presented by CA in Cmte) 

22. Resolution approving draft of official statement of City and 
County pertaining to $14,036,000, various purpose general obli- 
gation bonds; authorizing the City Attorney and Controller to 
make necessary changes. File 164-78-9. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
9337 Diesel Tugboat Operator, Port Commission. File 31-78-6. 
(RO 304) 

(Continued from 3/8/78) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED 

Requesting review of the following Public Service Employment 
Projects: 

24. Regional Young Adult Project (520) DISAPPROVED 

(Continued from 3/8/78) File 437-77-11.1 

25. Western Gerontological Society (855) DISAPPROVED 
Artists in Response, Inc. (33) - Goodman 

Building Art Center APPROVED 

Artists in Response, Inc. (34) •• , ,_ , 

Rehabilitation Project COOT TO 3/22/78 (see 

J 43/-77-12.2) 

(Continued from 3/8/78) File 437-77-12.1 

ACTION: As indicated 

26. Ordinance appropriating $2,299, Art Commission, for tempo 
salaries; rescinding $2,299 from other contractual services 
appropriation, Federally-funded units, Mayor's Office. 
File 101-77-169 (RO 309) 

(Continued from 3/8/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED; reduce total .approp to $1,380, 

effective date of 4/1/78. 



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27. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Tip Ton Club, Robert Mendes and Lydia Mendes by 
accepting the sum of $33,333, and authorizing dismissal of 
litigation. File 46-78-1. 

(Taken from Table 3/8/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (substitute legislation presented by CA in 
Cmte, tor sum of $46,665) 

28. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and 
County against Paul Ito by accepting the sum of $7,860.26. 
File 49-/8-1.1 

(Continued from 3/8/78) 

■ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, as follows: 

Superior Ct . Plaintiff Amount 

#699-942 Morris Neil Knight $ 12,500 

#646-040 Norine Ostert 30,000 

#697-928 Russell R. Ross 2,500 

File 45-78-7 (RO 336, 326, 337) 

ACTION- Knight RECOMM..; Ostert and Ross separated and continued 
to 3/22/78 - see 45-78-7.1 

30. Resolution authorizing compromise of unlitigated claim of 
various plaintiffs against the City and County, as follows: 

California State Auto Assoc (on behalf of 

Alice Cooper) $ 838.99 

Western Pioneer Ins. Co. (on behalf of 

Archie Poda) 1,066.61 

File 48-78-5 (RO 325, 335) 

ACTION- : RECOMMENDED; resolution prepared in and reported out 
of Cmte . 

31. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and 
County against various defendants, as follows: 

Sherman L. Banks $ 1,833.33 

Kenn C. Fink 6,000 

Golden Brand Bottling Co. and 

Dan Mabalatan 1,000 

File 49-78-3 

ACTION: Banks RECOMMENDED; 

Fink and Golden Brand Bottling etc TABLED 



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CALENDAR 



public Library 
°.iyi.c Center 



Meeting . £ >^"C 'S 

of 

^ FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board ofi^Supervisors 
City ct^-l County ofSan Francisco 

Wednesday, March 22, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutcu 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's report: "Analysis of the 
Fiscal Impact of the Proposed Jarvis-Gann Amendment to the 
State Constitution." File 150-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/29/78 (for reports from Bepts. ) 

2. Ordinance appropriating $180,950, Municipal Court; for temporary 
salaries, other professional services, and services of other 
departments for Phase I-Detailed System Design, Simplified 
Automated Traffic System; an emergency measure. File 101-77-98 
(RO 193) 

(Continued from 3/15/78) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 245-68 (Business Tax Ordinance) 
by adding Section 5.2, establishing a tax moratorium for newly 
established businesses. File 291-/7-1. 

(Continued from 9/7/77) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/29/78 

4. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 275-70 (Payroll Expense Tax 
Ordinance) by adding Section 6A, establishing a tax moratorium 
for newly established businesses. File 292-77-1. 

(Continued from 9/7/77) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/29/78 

5. Ordinance appropriating $222,326, Public Health, SFCH, for 
permanent salaries, fringe benefits, holiday pay, to open 
Psychiatric Forensic Unit 7B, and to correct staffing and opera- 
tional deficiencies that currently exist in psychiatric emer- 
gency and other psychiatric areas; rescinding $15,314 from 
permanent salaries appropriation. File 101-77-190 (RO 354) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $150,105) 

6. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Health, SFGH, Psychiatric Services, reflecting classification 
of 20 positions, abolishment of one position and reallocation 
of one part-time position to full-time position; a companion 
measure to 101-77-190. File 102-77-91 (CSC 93) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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7. Ordinance appropriating $2,937,000, Water Department, Bond 
Fund, for construction of new suburban facilities. File 
101-77-181 (RO 341) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/12/78 

8. Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Public Works, Road Fund, for 
Title II program equiDment, from Special Gas Tax Street Improve- 
ment Fund, Bureau of Street Repair. File 101-77-191 (RO 353) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance appropriating $50,800, Parking Authority, for 
services of Bureau of Engineering, Public Works, to implement 
double-decking of Mission-Bart lett Parking Plaza. File 
101-77-177 (RO 334) 

ACTION: CONHNUED TO 3/29/78 

10. Ordinance appropriating $32,900, Parking Authority, for 
services of Bureau of Engineering, Public Works, to implment 
Polk Street District Project. File 101-77-178 (RO 333) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $2,391.08, Public Works, for partici- 
pation in Underground Service Alert (USA) , Bureau of Engineer- 
ing; rescinding $2,391.08 from facilities maintenance appro- 
priation. File 101-77-180 (RO 329) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance amending the Public Works Code, various sections, 
and repealing Section 149.6, establishing procedures for 
residential users filing appeals on percentage of water con- 
sumption used to calculate sewer service charges; authorizing 
Director of Public Works to resolve such appeals, authorizing 
Residential Users Appeals Board to consider those appeals 

. which Director is unable to resolve to satisfaction of appel 
lants; providing for funding of appeals procedure. File 155-78. 

(Continued from 3/8/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (CA to prepare amendments) 

13. Ordinance appropriating $9,799, Chief Administrative Officer, 
for temporary salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, 
contractual services and equipment, to provide staff assistant 
for EDP Priority Committee; an emergency measure. File 
101-77-192 (RO 343) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (Supv. Kopp dissenting) 
(reduce total approp to $7,523) 

14. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
8.24-1 establishing schedule of fees to be charged by Recorder 
for permitting of/microfilm reels comprising documents recorded. 
File 168-78. duplication 

ACTION: TABLED 



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15. Ordinance appropriating $6,000, Board of Supervisors, for 
equipment, immediate replacement of drapes in Board's Legis- 
lative Chambers. File 101-77-179 (RO 330) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO NOT PASS" 

16. Resolution adopting and imposing schedules of sewer service 
charges to be paid by users pursuant to Public Works Code, 
Article 4.2; rescinding Resolution No. 438-77. File 537-76-3. 

(Rereferred to Committee 12/21/77) 

ACTION: TABLED 

17. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for funds from State 
Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission for 
energy conservation programs. File 6 8-78-4. 

(Continued from 3/15/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/5/78 

18. Resolution accepting gift of $20,000 from the San Francisco 
Garden Club for use by Recreation and Park Department for 
restoration of Golden Gate Park Conservatory of Flowers. 
File 38-78-4. 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



19. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position 
of 2524 Coroner's Estate Investigator, Medical Examiner- 
Coroner's Office. File 31-78-10 (RO 339) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution increasing filing and appearance fees provided in 
Business and Professions Code, Sections 6321 and 6322, as 
provided by Business and Professions Code, Section 6322.1. 
File 169-78. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "Conflict Management within the County Jails. ' 

File 185-77-4 

(Calendared for purposes of Tabling only) 
ACTION: TABLED 

22. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project 
entitled "Sheriff's Community Re-Entry Center; 1 ' providing 

for project evaluation prior to subsequent City funding. 
File 185-77-5. 

(Rereferred to Committee 1/16/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution authorizing reimbursement of damaged personal 
property of City Employees. File 51-77-4 (RO 357) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Amount 


Recommendation File No. 


18.41 

3.51 

56.16 

73.53 


Waive 

Waive 
None 
None 


118-78-3 
118-78-4 
118-78-5 
118-78-6 


19.30 
48.26 


Deny 

Deny 


118-78-7 
118-78-8 



Finance Committee -4- March 22, 1978 



24. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease with Orphcum 
Building Co., Lessor, for space located at 1182 Market Street, 
for Mayor's Youth Service Bureau. File 64-78-8 (RO 327) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (change from "12" to "2 months) 

25. Resolution authorizing sale at public auction of parcels of tax- 
deeded real property. File 154-78 

(Continued from 3/8/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/5/78 

26. Resolution declaring intention to appropriate funds for rental 
of office space for City Attorney's staff and other costs 
related to moving City Attorney's Office to rented space. 
File 171-78 (Supv. Silver) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/5/78 

27. Hearing to consider various requests for Relief from Delinquent 
Property Tax Penalty, as follows: 

Tax Collector's 
Claimant 

Rebecca Aronov $ 

A. Farley 

C. A. Malm & Co. 

C. A. Halm & Co. 

Rupertito and Elsa 

Palacios 
Yuhei and Masae Suzuki 

Resolutions prep in and reported out of Cmte. * 
ACTION: (-5 and -6 DENY; -3, -4,-7, -8 WAIVE) 

Requesting review of various Public Service Employment Projects, 
as follows : 

28. Mission Hiring Hall (409) 
Pickle Family Circus (493) 

State of Calif. (California Youth Authority) (730) 

File 437-77-15 
ACTION: ALL APPROVED 

29. S. F. Women's Centers (705) 
OBECA (467) 
OBECA/ARRIBA JONTOS (466) 

Garden Hospital Jerd Sullivan Rehabilitation Center (816) 
Youth Projects, Inc. (889) 
Haight-Ashbury Art Workshop (326 ), 

File 437-77-16 

ACTION: ALL APPROVED EXCEPT, HAIGHT-ASHBURY ART WORKSHOP (326) , , v 
(Separated and cont. to 3/29/78 - File 437-77-16.1) 

30. Artists in Response, Inc. (34) - Rehabilitation Project 

(Continued from- 3/15/78) 
File 437-77-12.2 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/29/78 

31. Requesting review of Public Service Employment Project "San 
Francisco Bay Area Dance Coalition (553)", disapproved by 
Finance Committee on January 18, 1978. File 437-77-1.2 

ACTION: APPROVED 



'■Files 118-78-3, -4, -7 combined with -8; 
File 118-78-5 c/w -6 



Finance Committee -5- March 22, 1978 



32. Resolution authorizing compromise of unlitigated claim of 
Jorge and Gloria Mestayer against the City and County by 
payment of $1,500. File 48-78-6 (RO 345) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

33. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Rose Alber- 
stat against the City and County by payment of $2,250. 

File 45-78-8 (RO 355) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

34. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-7.1 
(RO 326, 337) 

(Continued from 3/15/78) 

Superior Ct. No. Plaintiff Settlement 

646 040 Norine Ostert $ 30,000 

697 928 Russell R. Ross 2,500 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ordinance prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 

35. Ordinance appropriating $26,000, Civil Service, for contractual 
services, Unemployment Insurance Administration; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-198 (RO 361) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (delete Emergency) 



C A L E N D A R ^.. . 

JSyu^L_Ubrar4an 

/ . Meeting Public Library 

f\U of Civic Center 

FINANCE COMMITT EE ^Qj 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^ March 29, 1978, 2:00 p. in. Legislative Chambers, 

City Hall 

Present: Supvs. Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett oocur. 

S.F. PU 

1. Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's report: "Analysis of the 
Fiscal. Impact of the Proposed Jarvis-Gann Amendment to the State 
Constitution." File 150-78 

(Continued from 3/22/78 for report of Departments.) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD; REPORT ADOPTED. 

2. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 315-67, pertaining to r*ate of 
Documentary Stamp Transfer Tax. File 120-78 

(Continued from 1/25/78) 

ACTION: TABLED 

3. Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's report of February, 1978, of 
the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) , Title VI, 
Public Service Employment Projects, operated by private non-profit 
organizations. File 156-78-1 

(Continued from 3/15/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/12/78 

4. Ordinance appropriating $3,000, Sheriff, for Special Maintenance 
Fund, Jail security ward radio transmitter and receiver, at San 
Francisco General Hospital. File 101-77-184 (RO 344) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (Supv. Kopp dissenting) 

5. Ordinance appropriating $112,940, various appropriations, Public 
Health, SFGH, for reduction of Ward 93 Methadone Outpatient Pro- 
gram in accordance with revised 1977-78 CMHS funding available; 
rescinding $272,673 from various appropriations. File 101-77-185 
(RO 318) 

ACT I ON : RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Health, SFGH, Methadone Outpatient Maintenance Program, reflecting 
reclassification of 7 new positions, abolishment of 11 positions, 
and change of ona part-tine position to full time; a companion 
measure to 101-77-185. File 102-77-88 (CSC 91) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 



7. Ordinance: appropriating $825,000, Public Works, for various capital 
improvement appropriations; rescinding $825,000 from installation 
of fire sprinklers, various buildings and corridors, Laguna Honda 
Hospital. File 101-77-188 (RO 350) 

ACTI0N . RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED ^Jl^gf falt^StSs^^OO 
n.^±i.yn. see f L ^ e f or amendments) ' 

8. Ordinance appropriating $62,511, Hetch Hetchy Water and Power, for 
fixed charges, second and final installment of real estate taxes 
for fiscal year 1977-78. File 101-77-189 (RO 351) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance appropriating $2,000, Finance and Records, County Clerk, 
for overtime; rescinding $2,000 from materials and supplies appro- 
priation. File 101-77-187 (RO 349) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance approving and authorizing execution of project lease, 
approving issuance of bonds, and authorizing and ratifying exe- 
cution of documents reasonably necessary for issuance, sale and 
delivery of bonds, all in connection with Yerba Buena Center. 
File 91-78-2. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/5/78 

11. Ordinance authorizing sale of city-owned real property in the 
vicinity of southwest corner of Geneva and Ocean Avenues; 

150 Woodside Avenue and 1221 Bosworth Street. File 154-78-1 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
18.8, allowing delivery of pay warrants to Credit Union. File 
176-78 (Sup v. Milk) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $39,000, Sheriff, for overtime; rescinding 
$39,000 from permanent salaries appropriation; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-200 (RO 363 ) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/5/78 

14. Ordinance appropriating $14,775, Public Health, SFGH, for 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, for 
creation of three positions and abolishment of four positions; 
rescinding $14,775 from permanent sala _ ries and fringe benefits 
appropriation. File 101-77-186 (RO 346) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Health, SFGH, reflecting abolishment of four positions and 
creation of three positions; a companion measure to 101-77-186. 
File 102-77-90 (CSC 93) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance appropriating $50,800, Parking Authority, for services 
of Bureau of Engineering, Public Works, to implement double- 
decking of Mission-Bartlett Parking Plaza. File 101-77-177 (RO 334) 

(Continued from 3/22/78) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



17. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 245-68 (Business Tax Ordinance) 
by adding Section 5.2, establishing a tax moratorium for ncv/ly 
established businesses. File 291-77-1. 

(Continued from 3/22/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

18. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 275-70 (Payroll Expense Tax 
Ordinance) by adding Section 6A, establishing a tax moratorium 
for newly established businesses. File 292-77-1 

(Continued from 3/22/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

19. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Cheun Chuck Lee and Tai Kee Louey Lee for $190,000, required for 
Open Space Program. File 84-78-2 (RO 319) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/5/78 (Supv. Kopp excused from voting) 

20. Resolution authorizing approval and signature of Agreement No. 
7857 between Public Library and State Librarian for a Public 
Library Services Grant. File 253-77-3.1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease with Glaser 
Bros., Inc., Lessor, for space at 855 Harrison Street for 
offices of Hetch Hetchy Water and Power. File 64-78-9 (RO 347) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Requesting review of Public Service Employment Projects, as 
follows: 

Haight Ashbury Art Workshop (326) File 437-77-16.1 

(Continued from 3/22/78) 

ACTION: APPROVED 

Artists in Response, Inc. (34) - Rehab Project 

(Continued from 3/22/78) File 437-77-12.2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/5/78 



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^ CALE NDAR ^\^ J**?*** 

: Civic Center 

Meeting 
of 
. . JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEES 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 5, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Legislative Chambers, 

City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Gonzales, Hutch, Lau, White 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



1. Resolution authorizing the Chief Administrative Officer and 
Director of Public Works to execute a joint powers agreement 
to perform a regional wastewater reclamation study. 
File 130-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



APR 1 1 1978 



OOCUWl£NTs OEPT 
S.F. PUBLIC LIBRARY 



* & J- CALENDAR 

Meeting APR 1 1 1978 

of 
^ FINANCE COMMITTEE documents dept 

S.F. PUtUC LIBRARY 

* Board of Supervisors 

' City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 5, 1978, 2:30 p.m. Legislative Chambers, 

City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance appropriating $14,438, Public Works, for holiday pay 
and overtime, Crafts; rescinding $14,438 from materials and 
supplies appropriation, Bureau of Water Pollution Control; an 
emergency measure. File 101-77-204 (RO 367) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Cheun Chuck Lee and Tai Kee Louey Lee for $190,000 required for 
Open Space Program. File 84-78-2 (RO 319) 



(Continued from 3/29/78) 



because of 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED (Supv, .Konp excused <flS 

cohrlictxhg interest) 

3. Ordinance approving and authorizing execution of project lease, 
approving issuance of bonds, and authorizing and ratifying exe- 
cution of documents reasonably necessary for issuance, sale and 
delivery of bonds, all in connection with Yerba Buena Center. 
File 91--78-2 

(Continued from 3/29/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO MAY 3, 1978 

4. Ordinance appropriating $39,000, Sheriff, for overtime; rescind- 
ing $39,000 from permanent salaries appropriation; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-200 (RO 363) 

(Continued from 3/29/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reducC total approp to $28,000) 

5. Resolution authorizing sale at public auction of parcels of tax- 
deeded real property. File 154-78. 

(Continued from 3/22/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/12/78 

6. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for funds from State 
Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission for 
energy conservation programs. File 68-78-4. 

(Continued from 3/22/78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Resolution declaring intention to appropriate funds for rental 
of office space for City Attorney's staff and other costs 
related to moving City Attorney's Office to rented space. 
File 171-78 (Supv. Silver) 

(Continued from 3/22/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 






Finance Committee -2- April 5, 1978 



8. Ordinance appropriating $4,254, City Attorney, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits for reclassi- 
fication of one position; rescinding $4,254 from permanant 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits appropriation. 
File 101-77-193 (RO 352) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, City 
Attorney, reflecting reclassification of one position author- 
ized in 1977-78 budget; a companion measure to 101-77-193. 
File 102-77-87 (CSC 89) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $4,136, Tax Collector, Department of 
Finance and Records, for permanent salaries and related manda- 
tory fringe benefits for reclassification of one position; 
rescinding $4,136 from permanent salaries appropriation. 

File 101-77-194 (RO 356) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/3/78 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Tax 
Collector, reflecting reclassification of one position; a com- 
panion measure to 101-77-194. File 102-77-80 (CSC 82) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/3/78 

12. Ordinance appropriating $189,607, Public Health, SFGH, for tem- 
porary salaries, holiday pay, contractual services, materials 
and supplies, equipment and services of other department, for a 
stronger security program; rescinding $189,607 from permanent 
salaries and services of other department appropriations. 

File 101-77-195 (RO 358) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

13. Ordinance appropriating $167,400, Fire Department, for retro- 
active salaries, uniformed force; rescinding $167,400 from per- 
manent salaries appropriation. File 101-77-196 (RO 359) 

ACTION:.- CONTINUED TO 4/12/78 

14. Ordinance appropriating $4,474,000, Hetch Hetchy Water and Power, 
for purchase of power for resale. File 101-77-197 (RO 360) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Ordinance appropriating $2,318, Board of Supervisors, for tem- 
porary salaries; rescinding $2,318 from permanent salaries 
appropriation. File 101-77-199 (RO 362) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (Supv. Hutch absent) 

16. Resolution approving Addendum No. 2 to 1978 Community Develop- 
ment Program, authorizing use of funds for Neighborhood Com- 
munity District Improvement. File 79-78-1. 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (amend Addendum No. 2 to provide 

for additional $11,000) 
(Supv Hutch absent) 



Finance Committee -3- April 5, 1978 



17. Requesting review of various Public Service Employment Projects, 
as follows: 

S. F. Development Fund (597) 

Golden Gate Council of American Youth Hostels (320) 

File 437-77-17 

ACTION: APPROVED 

Artists in Response, Inc. (34) Rehabilitation Project 

(Continued from 3/29/78) 

File 437-77-12.2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 

18. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Marie Pearl 
Nelson against the City and County by payment of $2,500. 
File 45-78-9 (RO 364) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



CALENDAR 



Meeting ' C ''M 1 Libi 5aa=__ 

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7 /:.•'■' joint finance/community services co: Civic Center 



1* i 



J' 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



PtfCT 



Wednesday^April 12, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supvs . Kopp, Dolson, Hutch, Milk, Molinari, Silver ■* '9' 8 

Clerk: A. Hewlett oocuv jnts dept 

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Ordinance amending the Administrative Code, Chapter 20. by deleting 
Sections 20.57.1, 20.57.2; amending Sections 20.57 and' 20.59.4; and 
renumbering Section 20.57.3 as 20.57.1, relating to administration 
of General Assistance for the indigent and dependent poor of the 
City and County, and adopting standards of such aid. File 189-78. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (Supvs. Kopp and Dolson dissenting in Cmte ; 

Supv. Molinari absent) 



- /-\r i\ i. i ioio 

n . Meeting 

Of DOCUT.' -NTS OEPT. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE SF - Pu u0 ' :BRARV 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 12, 1978, 2:30 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance approving and authorizing execution of project lease and 
authorizing and ratifying execution of documents reasonably neces- 
sary for issuance, sale and delivery of San Francisco Performing 
Arts Garage Lease Revenue Bonds. File 418-77-1 

(Rereferred to Committee 3/27/78) 
ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS" (Supv. Hutch dissenting) 

2. Resolution authorizing sale at public auction of parcels of tax- 
deeded real property. File 154-78 

(Continued from 4/5/78) 
ACTION: AMENDED (See file for "Continued" and "Recommended") 

3. Ordinance appropriating $168,327. Mayor's Office, for Planning 
Department services; rescinding $168,327 from Federal Anti- 
Recession Fiscal Assistance appropriation. File 101-77-206 (RO 385) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $142,469) 

4. Ordinance appropriating $894,550, Department of Public Health, 
SFGH, for overtime, contractual services, other professional 
services, hospital and laboratory supolies, stationery and office 
supplies and dry goods. File 101-77-207 (RO 376) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for details) 

5. Resolution accepting gifts of $20,000 from Windmill Restoration 
Fund, for reconstruction of Dutch Windmill, Golden Gate Park; 
and seven-foot Ravenala Madagascariensis, valued at $250, from 
Mrs. Wyland Morgan, for Conservatory of Flowers, for use by 
Recreation and Park Department. File 38-78-5. 

. | ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Resolution authorizing Public Utilities Commission to apply for 
I j and accept funds from Department of Transportation under Urban 

Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as amended, for a Trolley Coach 
Overhead Program, for Municipal Railway. File 162-78-3; 

A ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendment) 

6a. Hearings to consider Budget Analyst's report on Open Space 
.J Acquisition and Park Renovation Fund. File 165-78-1 (Supv. Kopp) 

Ar , rrT .. T CONTINUED TO 5/10/78 
AL 1 ION : 



7 . Resolution approving UDA Grant program for City and County, 
authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept UDA grant from 
the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and pro- 
viding for execution of contract between the City and County and 
Ocean Avenue Local Development Corporation, and certifying review 

^ and consideration of EIR. File 68-78-5 

(Ocean Avenue Commercial Revitalization Program: 
$3,105,000) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for details)- 

8. Resolution approving UDA Grant program for City and County, 
authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept UDA Grant from 
U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, providing 
for execution of contract between the City and County and Port 
of San Francisco, and certifying review and consideration of 
EIR. File 68-78-6. 

(Rehabilitation of Foreign Trade Zone No. 3: 
$2,609,800) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for details) 

9. Resolution approving UDA Grant program for City and County, 
authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept UDA Grant from 

U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and certify- 
ing review and consideration of EIR. File 68-78-7. 

(American Industrial Center Development: $850,000) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for details) 

10. Resolution approving UDA Grant program for City and County, 
authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept UDA Grant from 
U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, providing 
for execution of contract between the City and County and San 
Francisco Redevelopment Agency, and certifying review and con- 
sideration of EIR. File 68-78-8 

(Fillmore Commercial Center: $10,700,000) 
ACTION- RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for details) 

11. Resolution approving UDA Grant program for City and County, 
authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept UDA grant from 
U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, providing 
for execution of contract between the City and Count}' and Bay- 
view-Hunters Point Non-Profit Community DevelopmEnt Corporation, 
and certifying review and consideration of EIR. File 68-78-9 

(The Third Street Commercial Improvement Program: 
| $832,248) 

' ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for details) 

i 

■• 12. Ordinance appropriating $1,825,000, Public Works, for construction 

management, local, State and Federal shares, Grant C-06-14 11-100, 
Wastewater Management Division. File 101-77-212 (RO 397) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13 Ordinance appropriating $5,661,335, Public Works, for North Shore 
Outfalls Consolidation, Local Share for Grant C-06-1254-010, to 
consolidate funds; rescinding $27,976,150 from North Shore Out- 
falls Consolidation, Local, State and Federal share for Grant 
C-06-1254-010, Wastewater Management Division. File 101-77-213 
(RO 398) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee _ - 3 ' April 12, 1978 



14. Ordinance rescinding $10,595,532, Public Works, from the Islais 
Creek Outfalls Consolidation, Federal and State shares, Grant 
C-06-1251-010 , to deappropriate funds no longer needed for the 
project, Wastewater Management Division. File 101-77-214 (RO 392) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15, Ordinance rescinding $2,665,878, Public Works, from the North Share 
Pump Station, State and Federal shares, Grant C-06-1249-010, to 
return unnecessary funds due to design construction costs being 
lower th an projected, Wastewater Management Division. File 
101-77-215 (RO 393) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



16. Ordinance rescinding $45,244,354, Public Works, from Channel Out- 
falls Consolidation, local, State and Federal shares, Grant 
C-06-1248, design costs and bids being substantially below pre- 
liminary estimates, Wastewater Management Division. File 
101-77-216 (RO 395) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance rescinding $34,464,000, Public Works, from the Southeast 
Water Pollution Control Plan Expansion, local, State and Federal 
shares, Grant C-06-1099-010, to reduce amounts needed because of 
revised esti.mates of project cost, Wastewater Management Division. 
File 101-77-217 (RO 394) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

18. Requesting review of various Public Service Employment Projects, 
as follows: 

S. F. Aid Retarded Citizens (549) 
Mission Reading Clinic, Inc. (430) 

File 437-77-18 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/3/78 

19. Ordinance appropriating $9,000, Fire Department, for equipment. 
File 101-77-209 (RO 373) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Ordinance approving lease between Recreation and Park Department 
and John Thomas Mason and Bart Steven Seidler, a partnership, for 
establishing and operating a restaurant and bar at the Beach 
Chalet in Golden Gate Park. File 65-78-2 

.„ mT CONTINUED TO 5/3/78 
ACTION: 

21. Ordinance appropriating $1,250,000, Fire Department, Bond Fund, for 
acquisition of a fireboat. File 101-77-201 (RO 368) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



22. Ordinance appropriating $2,937,000, Water Department, Bond Fund, 
for construction of new suburban facilities. File 101-77-181 
(RO 341) 

(Continued from 3/22/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/3/78 

23. Ordinance appropriating $2,000, Sheriff's Department for services 
of otber departments, repair and maintenance of automotive equip- 
ment. File 101-77-202 (RO 372) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Ordinance appropriating $167,400, Fire Department, for retroactive 
salaries, uniformed forces; rescinding $167,400 from permanent 
salaries appropriation. File 101-77-196 (RO 359) 

(Continued from 4/5/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/3/78 

25. Ordinance appropriating $29,017, Fire Department, for retroactive 
salaries, uninformed forces; rescinding $29,017 from permanent 
salaries appropriation. File 101-77-203 (RO 371) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/3/78 

26. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
5138 Hetch Hetchy Project Superintendent of Operation. File 
31-78-11 (RO 374") 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

27. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease with Del Monte 
Corporation, Lessor, for space at 250 - 4th Street, for Depart- 
ment of Public Health. File 64-78-10 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

28. Resolution authorizing the Commission on Aging to apply for and 
accept funds from California State Office on Aging for Services 
to Older Americans and to operate direct service programs for 
older San Franciscans. File 144-78-3. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/3/78 

29. Resolution authorizing Chief Administrative Officer and Director 
of Public Works to execute a modification of agreement between 
City and County and Bayshore Sanitary District, whereby the City 
and County will receive and treat, at modified cost, sewage and 
industrial waste for Bayshore Sanitary District. File 190-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Resolution authorizing Chief Administrative Officer and Director 
of Public Works to execute a modification of agreement between 
City and County and North San Mateo County Sanitation District, 
whereby the City and County will receive and treat, at a modified 
cost, sewage and industrial waste from North San Mateo County 
Sanitation District. File 190-78-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

31. Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's report of February, 1978, of 
the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) , title VI, 
Public Service Employment Projects, operated by private non-profit- 
organizations. File 156-78-1 

(Continued from 3/29/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/3 /78 



Finance Committee -5- April 12 1978 



32. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
19A.20, relating to contractual agreements between the City and 
County, Department of Public Health, and other California govern- 
mental jurisdictions for technical laboratory services. File 
192-78. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

33. Resolution accepting gift of $1,000 from United Way of Bay Area 
for training and rehabilitation services, from June 1 thru 
June 30, 1978, for mentally retarded adults, for use by Depart- 
ment of Social Services. File 38-78-6. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

34. Resolution requiring submittal of annual street planting mainten- 
ance costs with requests for project approval by Board of Super- 
visors. File 193-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

35. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
$122,910 Federal funds for a Summer Youth Recreation program. 
File 68-78-10. 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED 

36. Resolution approving Addendum No. 1 to 1978 Community Development 
Program, authorizing use of $100,000 for Neigh borhood Commercial 
District improvements on Third Street in the Bayview-Hunters Point 
area. File 79-78-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

37. Resolution authorizing General Manager, public Utilities Commission, 
to apply for, accept and expend transit aid funds from the State 

of California for use by the Municipal Railway to provide services 
for elderly arid handicapped persons. File 162-78-4. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

38. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
5212 Principal Civil Engineer, Water Department. File 31-78-3 
(RO 286) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/3/78 






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Special Meeting 
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FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of Supervisors add o p 1070 

City and County of San Francisco 



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Friday, April 21, 1978 - 1:30 P.M. Room 228,. £&> M%1 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 



1. Ordinance authorizing settlement of consolidated litigation 
of the United States against the City and County of San 
Francisco, and Officers for Justice against the Civil Service 
Commission, in accordance with the substance of the terms and 
conditions of a consent decree providing for hiring and 
promotion relief in the San Francisco Police Department, and 
for monetary relief, and authorizing the City Attorney to 
execute the same. File 45-78-14. 

ACTION: TO BOARD AS CMTE REPORT 4/24/78 WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO NOT 

PASS" 

2. Ordinance appropriating $2,635,000, Controller's Office, for 
judgments and claims, for the proposed settlement of Officers 
for Justice, et al, suit against the City and County of San 
Francisco. File 101-77-221 (RO 414) 

ACTION: TO BOARD AS CMTE REPORT 4/24/78 WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO 
NOT PASS." 



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Meeting 
> of 

^ FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board oJ^ Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 3, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance appropriating $4,136, Tax Collector, Department of 
Finance and Records, for permanent salaries and related manda- 
tory fringe benefits for reclassification of one position; 
rescinding $4,136 from permanent salaries appropriation. 

File 101-77-194 (RO 356) 

(Continued from 4/5/78) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $2,038) 

2. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Tax 
Collector, reflecting reclassification of one position; a 
companion measure to 101-77-194. File 102-77-80 (CSC 82) 

■ ' (Continued from 4/5/78) 

ACTION : REC QMMENDED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $2,937,000, Water Department, Bond Fund, 

if or construction of new suburban facilities. File 101-77-181 
(RO 341) 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/10/78 

4. Ordinance appropriating $167,400, Fire Department, for retro- 
. active salaries, uniformed forces; rescinding $167,400 from 

permanent salaries appropriation. File 101-77-196 (RO 359) 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (Source of funding amended; see file 
| for details) 



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5. Ordinance appropriating $29,017, Fire Department, for retroactive 
salaries, uniformed forces; rescinding $29,017 from permanent 
salaries appropriation. File 101-77-203 (RO 371) 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Resolution authorizing the Commission on Aging to apply for and 
accept funds from California State Office on Aging for Services 
to Older Americans and to operate direct service programs for 
older San Franciscans. File 144-78-3 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/10/78 

7. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
5212 Principal Civil Engineer, Water Department. File 31-78-3 
(RO 286) 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/10/78 

8. Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's report of February 1978, of 
the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) , Title VI, 
Public Service Employment Projects, operated by private non-profit- 
organizations. File 156-78-1 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 

9. Ordinance appropriating $3,336, Commission on Status of Women, 
for contractual services and fixed charges; an emergency measure. 
File 101-77-222 (RO 418) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

10. Resolution authorizing lease with Estate of Robert L. Lippert, 
deceased, and Charles J. Maestri, dba 544 Golden Gate Avenue 
Building, as Lessors, for space at 544 Golden Gate Avenue for 
offices of Commission on Status of Women. File 64-78-16 (RO 389) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

«•• Ordinance appropriating $45,885, Civil Service, for police and fire 
examinations; rescinding $23,028 from permanent salaries appropria- 
tion, Police Department; rescinding $22,857 from permanent salaries 
appropriation, Fix"e Department; an emergency measure. File 
101-77-227 (R0 420) 



ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



12. Ordinance appropriating $30,000, Municipal Railway, for rehabili- 
tation of Turk Street Building; rescinding $30,000 from permanent 
salaries appropriation. File 101-77-210 (RO 387) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 1.25 
relating to Hold Harmless Agreements between corporation, com- 
panies or firms and the S. F. Police Department for purpose of 
obtaining vehicles for Police Department's investigative units. 
File 194-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance appropriating $9,491, Public Utilities Commission, for 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits for crea- 
tion of two positions and abolishment of one position; rescinding 
$11,949 from permanent salaries and related fringe benefits appro- 
priation; rescinding $1,229 from services of other departments 
appropriation, Water Department; and rescinding $1,229 from ser- 
vices of other departments appropriation, Hetch Hetchy Water and 
Power. File 101-77-211 (RO 386) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for details) 

15. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Utilities, reflecting abolishment of one position, creation of 
new class, and establishment of second position in Class 184C, 
Jr. Management Assistant; a companion measure to 101-77-211. 
File 102-77-92 (CSC 94) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (add Admin Secy only) 

16. Ordinance appropriating $7,305, Juvenile Court, for permanent 
salaries and related fringe benefits for reclassification of three 
positions; rescinding $7,305 from permanent salaries and fringe 
benefits appropriation. File 101-77-208 (RO 365) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Juvenile 
Court, reflecting reclassification of three positions; a companion 
measure to 101-77-208. File 102-77-93 (CSC 95) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
4142 Senior Right of Way Agent, Real Estate. File 31-78-12 
(RO 375) 

, ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Hastings 
College of Law, as Lessor, for space at 333 Golden Gate Avenue 
for use by Controller's Office. File 64-78-11 (RO 396) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
1410 Chief Clerk, District Attorney, Family Support Bureau. 
File 31-78-13 (RO 388) 



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ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -4- May 3, 1978 



21. Resolution accepting gift of $5,000 from Estate of Ray Ryan 
for use by San Francisco General Hospital Medical Center. 
File 38-78-7 

^~ ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Resolution authorizing extension of lease with 814 Mission Street 
Company, as Lessor, for office space at 814 Mission Street for 
City Demonstration Agency. File 64-78-12 (RO 402) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution authorizing lease with Orpheum Building Company, as 
Lessor, for space at 1182 Market Street for Office of Employment 
and Training. File 64-78-13 (RO 403) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Resolution authorizing Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply for 
and accept funds from Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
San Francisco Work Furlough Center Renovation Project. File 
204-78-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

25. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for and accept 
Federal funds through California State Library for minority 
recruitment training funds for 1978-79. File 205-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

26. Resolution authorizing the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court 
to apply for and accept funds from Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for project entitled "Prisoner Security-City Hall." 
File 206-78-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

27. Requesting refund and cancellation of taxes on computer equipment 
assessed as improvements, owned by Bank of America, NT&SA, in the 
amount of $329,879, for fiscal year 1973-74. File 118-78-19 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 

28. Hearing to consider report relating to unexpended and unencumbered 
Community Development grant funds for 1977, and reduction of 
requested 1978 Community Development grant funds by the U. S. 
Department of Housing and Urban Development. File 79-77-20. 






ACTION: FILED 



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May 3, 1978 



29. Requesting review of Public Service Employment projects, as follow: 

S. F. Aid Retarded Citizens (549) 
Mission Reading Clinic, Inc. (430) 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

File 437-77-18 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 



30, 



31. 



32. 



Superior 
Court # 


Plaintiff 


/ 9 ao jn 


Settlement 




File No. 




650 899 


Diane Monroe 




$ 


300 




45-78-10 


(RO 366) 


ACTION: 


RECOMMENDED 














690649 
177988 
687864 
697063 
656071 
729826 
680645 


Mary Bustos 

John J. Jeretina 

Ginale Johnson, a minor 

Kleo F. Las ley 

Stephen Perkinson, a minor 

Kathleen Perry 

Armando Rodriguez, a minor 




1,500 
750 
2,250 
200 
6,000 
1,800 
1,500 




45-78-11 


(RO 380) 
(RO 377) 
(RO 382) 
(RO 383) 
(RO 381) 
(RO 378) 
(RO 379) 


ACTION : 


RECOMMENDED; ord prep ir 


i and i 


■eptd 


out of 


Cmte 






672542 
700829 
716547 
701918 


Barbara Bondy 
Marvin E . Moreno 
Ruby Opunui 
Roberta Rodriquez 






500 

900 

2,000 

500 




45-78-12 
ii 

ii 

ii 


(RO 404) 
(RO 401) 
(RO 399) 
(RO 400) 


ACTION: 


RECOMMENDED; ord. prep in and 


reptd out of 


Cmt< 







33. 



Resolution authorizing compromise of unlitigated claim of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County, as follows: 



Plaintiff 

Greg Beck 
Barbara H. Cooper 



Settlement 

$ 750 
1,250 



File 48-78-7 (RO 369, 370) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; res. prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 



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Meeting 
of 
JOINT FINANCE AND HEA LT H & ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEES 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 10, 1978, 1:30 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Gonzales, Hutch, Lau, White 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



Resolution certifying review and consideration of Final Environ- 
mental Impact Report on Yerba Buena Center Project Area and Con- 
vention Center. File 91-78-3 (Supv. Feinstein) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION FOR MEETING OF 5/22/78 



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CALENDAR 

Meeting 
of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



MAY 



Wednesday, May 10, 1978, 2:00 p.m. 
Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 



Room 228, City Hall 



1. Ordinance approving and authorizing execution of project lease, 
approving issuance of bonds, and authorizing and ratifying exe- 
cution of documents reasonably necessary for issuance, sale and 
delivery of bonds, all in connection with Yerba Buena Center. 
File 91-78-2 

(Continued from 4/5/78) 

ACTION: Amendment of Whole presented in Cmte . To .Board with 
recommendation Do Pass for meeting of 5/22/78 

2. Resolution making finding that construction and financing of Con- 
vention Exhibit Hall at Yerba Buena Center is in compliance with 
policy declaration contained in Proposition "S". File 91-78-4 
(Supv. Feins te in) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 5/22/78 



Ordinance amending Part III, Article 7, of the San Francisco 
Municipal Code by amending Sections 502 and 515 thereof, relating 
to imposition and rate of tax, and to administration and authority 
of Tax Collector generally; Hotel Room Tax Fund allocations 
therefrom; providing for operative date of June 30, 1978. 
File 237-78 (Supv. Feinstein) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED; TO BOARD 5/22/78 



(see file fpr 
amendmants) 



4. Hearings to consider Budget Analyst's report on Open Space Acqui- 
sition and Park Renovation Fund. File 165-78-1 (Supv. Kopp) 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/24/78 

5. Ordinance amending the Real Estate Transfer Tax ordinance. File 
120-78-1 (Supv. Milk) 

(Continued from 4/5/78) 

ACTION: AMENDED; RECOMMEND "DO NOT PASS" 

6. Resolution authorizing sale at public auction of parcels of tax- 
deeded real property. File 154-78-2 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACT TON: TABLED AT REQUEST OF DEPARTMENT 

7. Ordinance approving lease between Recreation and Park Department 
and John Thomas Mason and Bart Steven Seidler, a partnership, for 
establishing and operating a restaurant and bar at the Beach 
Chalet in Golden Gate Park. File 65-78-2 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: TABLED (Rerefer to Rec & Park for new bid) 



Finance Committee -2- May 10, 1978 



8. Ordinance appropriating $2,937,000, Water Department, Bond 
Fund, for construction of new suburban facilities. File 
101-77-181 (RO 341) 

(Continued from A/12/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance appropriating $15,570, Juvenile Court, for temporary 
salaries and materials and supplies; rescinding $15,570 from 
permanent salaries appropriations, Juvenile Hall and Log Cabin 
Ranch School; an emergency measure. File 101-77-229 (RO 431) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $2,500, Recreation and Park Department, 
for temporary salaries, Marina Yacht Harbor; an emergency measure, 
File 101-77-230 (RO 432) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $2,070) 

11. Ordinance appropriating $1,034,773, Commission on the Aging, 

for various contractual services appropriations. File 101-77-219 
(RO 219) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 

12. Ordinance appropriating $86,937.47, various departments, for 
uniform allowances; rescinding $81,937.47 from permanent and 
temporary salaries appropriations. File 101-77-220 (RO 405) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/24/78 

13. Ordinance appropriating $827.58, Parking Authority, for contrac- 
tual services, remedial work at 18th Street Parking Lot. 

File 101-77-223 (RO 411) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

14. Ordinance appropriating $700, Parking Authority, for contractual 
services, travel expense. File 101-77-224 (RO 410) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Ordinance appropriating $3,060, Mayor's Emergency Services, for 
contractual services; rescinding $3,060 from permanent salaries 
appropriation. File 101-77-225 (RO 419) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance appropriating $2,021,000, Department of Public Works, 
for Southwest Ocean Outfall Design, local, State and Federal 
shares, Grant No. C-06-1252-011, Wastewater Management Division. 
File 101-77-226 (RO 415) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing the Commission on the Aging to apply for 
and accept funds from California State Office on Aging for Ser- 
vices to Older Americans and to operate direct service programs 
for older San Franciscans. File 144-78-3 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -3- May 10, 1978 



18. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
7334 Stationary Engineer, Department of Public Works. File 

% 31-78-14 (RO 409) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution accepting gift of $90,000 from the San Francisco 
Foundation for use by San Francisco General Hospital, Depart- 
ment of Psychiatry, for establishing a center for psychiatric 
treatment of high risk infants and their families. File 
38-78-9 

.„™,.™ RECOMMENDED 
ACTION: 






20. Resolution accepting gift from Strybing Arboretum Society of 
approximately $3,000 for hiring of private contractor to prune 
trees in the Arboretum; and from Ikebana International, 50 
flowering cherry trees, valued at approximately $550, for the 
Golden Gate Park Nursery, for use by Recreation and Park Depart- 
ment. File 38-78-8 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing lease with California Hall Association, 
as Lessors, for space at 625 Polk Street for use by Mayor's 
City Demonstration Agency. File 64-78-14 (RO 413) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Resolution authorizing lease with Alta Investors, as Lessors, 
for space at 1453 Mission Street for use by Mayor's Office of 
Employment and Training. File 64-78-15 (RO 416) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 

23. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept funds from Federal Air Urban System Program for re- 
surfacing Lake Merced Boulevard from John Muir Drive to a point 
570 feet north of John Muir Drive. File 103-78-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Resolution approving form of lease, invitation for bids, bid 
form and questionnaire relating to leasing of 7th and Harrison 
Parking Plaza for operation of public off-street parking facil- 
ity. File 218-78-1 






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ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



25. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
5212 Principal Civil Engineer, Water Department. File 31-78-3 
(RO 286) 



(Continued from 4/12/78) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee 



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May 10, 1978 



Requesting review of various Public Service Employment Projects, as 
follows : 



26, 



27. 



28. 



Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. (419) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 



File 437-77-19 



LULAC National Educational Service Center (385) 
WAPAC Western Addition Project Area Committee (863) 



File 437-77-20 



ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 



State of California - Dept. of Corrections (720) 

East /West Academy (278) 

S. F. Coordination Council on Drug Abuse (589)-- CONT. TO 6/14/78 



ACTION: 



File 437-77-21 
East/West and State of Calif - CONT. TO 5/17/78 



29. Hearing to consider various requests for Relief from Delinquent 
Property Tax Penalty, as follows: 



Claimant 

Maribelle Leavitt 

James L. and Dinah Blanson 
it ii ii 

Wayne A. Gianotti 

Robert and Kenneth Kidwell 

Mary G. Souza 

Jack Q. S. Lee 

Leonard Luna 

Terence Fibich and 
Linda Gross 

Mario and Ruth VaUe 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 





Tax Coll. 




Amount 


Recommend. 


File No. 


$ 66.93 


Deny 


118-78-18 


27.02 


Deny 


118-78-2 


33.34 


Deny 


118-78-9 


40.89 


Deny 


118-78-10 


48.96 


Waive 


118-78-11 


22.99 


Deny 


118-78-13 


29.48 


Deny 


118-78-12 


22.20 


Deny 


118-78-14 


23.60 


None 


118-78-15 


18.16 


Deny 


118-78-17 






Finance Committee -5- May 10, 1978 



30. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, as follows: 

y \ Sup. Ct. #676310 Winton Jones Contractor, $19,500 

: / Inc. 

Sup. Ct. #692862 Catherine Tins ley 1,315 

File 45-78-13 (RO 406, 412) 

I ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 

31. Resolution authorizing compromise of unlitigated claim of 
Gerald R. Pruitt by payment of $852.89. File 48-78-8 (RO 415) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 



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32. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against Kenn C. Fink by accepting the sum of $6,000. File 
49-78-3.1 

(Taken from Table) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/17/78 



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^e^ Meeting ft ily -Li-bnrria rr 

FINANcfcOMMITTEE ^L^^^ 



Board of- Supervisors 



Civic Center ^^k 



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City and County of San Francisco 
Wednesday, May 17, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch MAY ?° 1.QTP 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 

DOCUf. - DEPT. 
S.F. PI 

1. Ordinance appropriating $1,034,773, Commission on the Aging, for 
various contractual services appropriations. File 101-77-219 
(RO 405) 

(Continued from 5/10/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (See file for amendments) 

2. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Article IX 
relating to definition and designation of official newspaper or 
newspapers of the City and County. File 221-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $13,191, Finance and Records, for elec- 
tion workers and fixed charges; i*escinding $13,191 from the 
temporary salaries appropriation, Registrar of Voters. File 
101-77-231 (RO 435) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $495, Parking Authority, for additional 
Social Security contributions for the remainder of fiscal year 
1977-78. File 101-77-228 (RO 430) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $7,712, Fire Department, for contractual 
services; rescinding $7,712 from differential pay, uniformed 
forces appropriation; an emergency measure. File 101-77-232 
(RO 434") 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $29,800, Recreation and Park Department, 
for improvements to Martin Luther King Swimming Pool; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-233 (RO 436) 

• ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $45,885, Civil Service, for police and 
fire examinations; rescinding $23,028 from permanent salaries 
appropriation, Police Department; rescinding $22,857 from per- 
manent salaries appropriation, Fire Department; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-227 (RO 420) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/24/78 



Finance Committee -2- May 17, 197« 



8. Resolution authorizing the Chief of Police to apply for and accept 
funds from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration for pro- 
ject entitled "Communications Command and Control Improvement 
Program—Part II." File 151-78-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution authorizing the Chief of Police to apply for and accept 
funds from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration for pro- 
ject entitled "Improving Police Services to Language Minorities." 
File 151-78-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Approving form of lease, invitation for bids, bid and questionnaire 
relating to the leasing of Vallejo Street Garage for operation 

of a public off-street parking facility. File 218-78-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Authorizing agreement with San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit 
District for maintenance of Hallidie Plaza. File 80-78-2 (RO 2) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution authorizing amendment of existing lease by changing 
Lessor to Conrad Gilman and Associates, for space at 333 Hayes 
Street, for use by Department of Public ..Health's Bureau of 
Alcoholism. File 64-78-17 (RO 417) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution authorizing lease with Board of Trustees of the Glide 
Foundation, as Lessor, for space at 330 Ellis Street, for offices 
of Senior Escort Program. File 64-78-18 (RO 421) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing lease with Northeast Medical Services, Inc., 
as Lessor, for space at 1520 Stockton Street, for use by North- 
east Mental Health Center. File 64-78-19 (RO 3) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

15. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
$3,666,304 from CETA funds for summer employment program for dis» 
advantaged youths.. File 68-78-11. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

16. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from California State Department of Education for Companeros del 
Barrio, Inc. and Travelers Aid Society, childcare provider 
agencies. File 68-78-12 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing the internal transfer of 1977 Community 
Development funds allocated to City Demonstration Agency for 
administrative costs to Hunters Point Youth. Park Foundation, 
for funding of Temple Art and Cultural Program. File 79-77-21 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution authorizing lease with Alta Investors, as Lessors, 
for space at 1453 Mission Street for use by Mayor's Office of 
Employment and Training. File 64-78-15 (RO 416) 

(Continued from 5/10/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -3- May 17, 1978 



19. Resolution authorizing the Agricultural Commissioner to enter 
into an agreement with the California Department of Food and 
Agriculture to receive and expend funds for participating in a 
pesticide illness course. File 226-78 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution authorizing the District Attorney to apply for and 
accept funds from California Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for San Francisco Career Criminal Program. File 225-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Hearings to consider future of Charter Section 6.407, Utility 
Revenues and Expenditures. File 216-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

22. Ordinance amending Part III, San Francisco Municipal Code, by 
adding Article 12, providing for raising additional public 
revenues by levying a license fee upon persons who engage in 
the City and County in any trade, occupation or profession; 
providing for administration and collection of license fees; 
providing for penalties for violation of provisions and effec- 
tive date. File 150-78-4 (Supv. Milk) 

(Draft only) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/7/78 

23. Hearing to consider various requests for Relief from Delinquent 
Propei'ty Tax Penalty, as follows: 

Claimant 

Maribelle Leavitt 

James L. and Dinah Blanson 
ii it M 

Wayne A. Gianotti 

Robert and Kenneth Kidwell 

Jack Q. S. Lee 

Mary G. Souza 

Leonard Luna 

Terence Fibich and 
Linda Gross 

Mario and Ruth Valle 

(Continued from 5/10/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; resolutions prepared ' in and reported out of 
Committee as follows: 

File 118-78-18 - Deny (includes 118-78-2, -9, -10, 

-12, -13, -14, -17) 
File 118-78-15 - Waive (includes 118-78-11) 



Amount 


Tax Coll. Re com 


. File No 


$ 66.93 


Deny 


118-78-18 


27.02 
33.34 


Deny 
Deny 


118-78-2 
118-78-9 


40.89 


Deny 


118-78-10 


48.96 


Waive 


118-78-11 


29.48 


Deny 


118-78-12 


22.99 


Deny 


118-78-13 


22.20 


Deny 


118-78-14 


23.60 


Waive 
■None 


118-78-15 


18.16 


Deny 


118-78-17 






Finance Committee -4- May 17, 1978 



Requesting review of various Public Service Employment Projects, as 
follows : 

24. Artists in Response, Inc. (34) Rehabilitation Project 

(Continued from 4/5/78) 
File 437-77-12.2 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

25. Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. (419) 

(Continued from 5/10/78) File 437-77-19 

ACTION: APPROVED 

26. LIHAC National Educational Service Center (385) 
WAPAC V/estern Addition Project Area Committee (863) 

(Continued from 5/10/78) File 437-77-20 

LULAC - Continued to 6/14/78 
ACTION: WAPAC - Continued to Call of the Chair (437-77-20.1) 

27. State of California - Depa rtment of Corrections (720) 
East/West Academy (278) 

(Continued from 5/10/78) File 437-77-21 

ACTION- State of Calif. - Approved 

East/West Academy - Continued to 6/14 (437-77-21.1) 

28. Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's report of February 1978, of 
the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) , Title VI, 
Public Service Employment Projects, operated by private non- 
profit organizations. File 156-78-1 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: FILED 

29. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, as follows: 

SC #676310 Winton Jones Contractor, Inc. $19,500 
SC #692862 Catherine Tinsley 1,315 

(Continued from 5/10/78) 

File 45-78-13 (RO 406, 412) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (c/w 45-78-16) 

30. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against Kenn C. Fink by accepting the sum of $6,000. File 
49-78-3.1 

(Taken from Table; continued from 5/10/78) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED; resolution prepared in and reported out 
of Cmte 

31. Resolution authorizing compromise of unlitigated claim of Gerald R. 
Pruitt by payment of $852.89. File 48-78-8 (RO 415) 

(Continued from 5/10/78) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -5- May 17, 1978 



32. Requesting refund and cancellation of taxes on computer equipment 
assessed as improvements, owned by Bank of America, NT&SA, in the 
amount of $329,879, for fiscal year 1973-74. File 118-78-19 

(Continued from 5/3/78) 

ACTION: DENIED; resolution prepared in and reported out of Cmte, 

33. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Donald M. Levin by acceptance of the sum of $2,700 
and authorizing dismissal of claim. File 46-78-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

34. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-15 (RO 422, 423, 
424) 

Superior Court No. 692-129 Louis Evans $ 250 
Superior Court No. 692-372 Thomas Theriault 3,000 
Municipal Ct. No. 747-254 C. Ray Goman 750 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (c/w -16) 

35. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of vai"ious plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-16 (RO 426, 427) 

Superior Court No. 673-776 Odell Cook, Velta Cook, 

Scharman Cook and 
Linda Cook $6,500 

Superior Court No. 694-429 James W. Connell 2,500 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED; ordinance prepared in and reported out 
of Cmte. (includes 45-78-13, -15) 



Meeting 






of City Librarian 

finance committee Public Library 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Frai 



Civic Cente; 



Wednesday, May 24, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett MAY 3 1978 

DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

SiF. public Library 

1. Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's Report on Open Space Acqui- 
sition and Park Renovation Fund. File 165-78-1 (Supv. Kopp) 

(Continued from 4/12/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/7/78 

2. Resolution recommending expenditure of funds for acquisition of 
certain real property for Open Space and the setting of a public 
hearing by the Board of Supervisors. File 84-77-20.1 

(Block 716, Lot 2'; Larkin, O'Farrell and Myrtle Streets) 

(Continued from 2/1/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Resolution authorizing acquisition by eminent domain proceedings 
of certain real property required for Open Space Program at a 
cost not to exceed $220,000 unless additional certification is 
secured. File 84-77-20 

(Continued from 2/1/78) 
ACTION: TO BOARD FOR PUBLIC HEARING ON 7/24/78 WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

4. Ordinance appropriating $134,000, Commission on the Aging, for 
various contractual services appropriations. File 101-77-219.1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $45,885, Civil Service, for police and 
fire examinations; rescinding $23,028 from permanent salaries 
appropriation, Police Department; rescinding $22,857 from per- 
manent salaries appropriation, Fire Department; an energency 
measure. File 101-/7-227 (RO 420) 

(Continued from 5/17/78) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED (Supv. Dolson dissenting) 

6. Ordinance appropriating $6,075, District Attorney, for contractual 
services and special prosecution; rescinding $6,075 from perma- 
nent salaries and contractual services appropriation; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-245 (RO 448) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (total approp reduced to $5,000) 

7. Ordinance appropriating $86,937.14, various departments, for 
uniform allowances; rescinding $81,937.47 from permanent and 
temporary salaries appropriations. File 101-77-220 (RO 408) 

(Continued from 5/10/78) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (total approp reduced to $47,450.30) 



8. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Sunset Scavenger Company and MACOR, Inc., for $100,000 required 
for open space. File 84-78-3 (R0 433) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/14/78 

9. Resolution authorizing lease with 814 Mission Street Company, as 
Lessor, for space at 814 Mission Street, for Mayor's Office of 
Emergency Services. File 64-78-20 (RO 4) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Resolution authorizing the Public Defender to apply for and 

accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
project entitled "Urban Community Mental Health Counselor 
Project for Alcohol Related Offenders"; rescinding Resolution 
No. 312-76. File 242-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

j- Resolution accepting gift of $50,381 from the UnitedWay of Bay 
* Area for use by the Department of Social Services to provide 

training and rehabilitation services for mentally retarded adults 
who are receiving assistance under ATD, from July 1. 1978 thru 
June 30, 1979. File 38-78-10 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



12. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into agreements neces- 
sary to participate in California Housing Finance Agency-- 
Security Pacific Bank Loan, to provide home improvements at 
below market interest rates through FHA Title I Home Improve- 
ment Loan Insurance Program. File 79-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-17 (RO 428, 429) 

SC #665587 James A. Gumm $ 750 
MC #744454 Minnie Kaplan 500 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ordinance prepared in and reported out 
of Committee. 



CALENDAR 

f inance committee Civic Center 

Board oir Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 31, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch JUN \jlo 

Clerk: A. Hewlett documents dept. 

S.F. PU LIC LIBRARY 

1. Ordinance appropriati-ng $9,610, Department of Public Works, 
Special Gas Tax Fund, for capital improvement, Municipal Asphalt 
Plant, exhaust gas cleaning system, Phase II; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-254 (RO 461) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $38,998, City Attorney, for litigation 
and claim expenses, materials and supplies, library and refer- 
ence books, and services of other departments; rescinding 
$38,998" from permanent salaries appropriation; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-255 (RO 475) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $32,384; delete 

emerg ency) 

3. Requesting reconsideration of appropriation for Contractual Ser- 
vices, Stebbin Foundation, in the amount of $19,270, Commission 
on the Aging. File 101-77-219.2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/14 

4. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 51-76 by amending Section 2 
thereof, relating to time limitations of the budget process, 
providing for suspension of operation of the provisions of said 
ordinance until July 1, 1979. File 118-76-4 $6 uuu . "HuliUeb.1 ' ) 

ACTION: AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE; .RECOMMENDED (ord . prepared in 
and reports! out of Cir.ce.) 

5. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
10.109-3, relating to establishment and administration of proto- 
col and host fund. File 252-78 (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $3,000, Public Works, Road Fund, for 
preferential Parking Program, mail survey of all dwelling units 
within Preferential Parking Area A, Bureau of Traffic Engineering. 
File 101-77-256 (RO 474) (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 3.3 
relating to division of budget consideration among all Committees 
of the Board of Supervisors. File 250-78 (Supvs . Silver and Milk) 

ACTION: TABLED 



Finance Committee -2- May 31, 1978 



8. Ordinance appropriating $6G,900, Municipal Court, for overtime, 
temporary salaries, witness fees, contractual services, materials 
and supplies for experimental Small Claims proiect. File 
101-77-234 (RO 447) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance appropriating $5,323.21, Fire Department, for retro- 
active salaries, uniformed force; rescinding $5,323.21 from per- 
manent salaries, uniformed force appropriation. File 101*-77-235 
(RO 440) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $1,000,000, Controller, for judgments and 
claims. File 101-77-236 (RO 441) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $11,807, Department of Electricity, for 
materials and supplies and equipment. File 101-77-237 (RO 438) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $11,177) 

12. Ordinance appropriating $6,200, Recreation and Park Department, 
for contractual services, materials and supplies, for a mural 
to be installed at Garfield Pool. File 101-77-238 (RO 442) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/21/78 

13. Ordinance appropriating $72,000, Recreation and Park Department, 
for reconstruction of Sharon Building. File 101-77-239 (RO 439) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/21/78 

14. Ordinance appropriating $10,000, Recreation and Park Department, 
for FIRM System Conversion Account. File 101-77-243 (RO 446) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/7/78 

15. Ordinance appropriating $30,100, Department of Public Works, 
Bureau of Traffic Engineering, for services of other departments 
for electricity and gas. File 101-77-240 (RO 443) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance appropriating $40,000, San Francisco International 
Airport, Bond Fund, for equipment. File 101-77-241 (RO 445) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance appropriating $31,963, Hetch Hetchy Water and Power, 
for fixed charges, fire insurance. File 101-77-242 (RO 444) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Ordinance appropriating $773, District Attorney, Family Support 
Bureau, for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe 
benefits; rescinding $773 from permanent salaries appropriation, 
for reclassification of two positions. File 101-77-244 (RO 437) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, District 
Attorney, Family Support Bureau, reflecting reclassification of 
two budgeted positions; a companion measure to 101-77-244. 

File 102-77-95 (CSC 97) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -3- May 31, 1978 



20. Resolution authorizing the Controller to remove reserve on the 
amount of $385,652, 1978 Community Development Program, for Bay- 
viev\' Hunters Point Non-Profit Community Development Corporation. 
File 79-78-4 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/7/78 

21. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to expend funds 
received from the Federal Library Services and Construction 
Act for extension of Public Library Demonstration Project for 
1978-79. File 253-77-4.1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/7/78 

22. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to expend funds 
received from the Federal Library Services and Construction 
Act for development of communications technology for 1978-79. 
File 253-77-2.1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/7/78 

23. Resolution authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply 
for and accept funds from the Metropolitan Transportation 
Commission to develop and undertake Center City Circulation 
Program. File 246-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Resolution authorizing the Department of City Planning to apply 
for and accept funds from the U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Urban Mass Transportation Administration, and Metropolitan Trans- 
portation Commission for a joint Institutional Ti-ansportat ion 
System Management Program, to reduce negative transportation 
impacts on San Francisco neighborhoods. File 246-78-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

25. Resolution authorizing the Department of City Planning to apply 
for and accept funds from the U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Urban Mass Transportation Administration, for a Transit Prefer- 
ential Streets Demonstration Project. File 246-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

26. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to accept and expend $450,014 
of Federal funds for on- job training of veterans. File 
68-78-13.2 (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

27. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against various defendants, as follows: 

Michael J. Cheatham and 
Murrall Cheatham- $1,750 

Ying Get Horn 833.33 

S. F. City Employees' Credit 
Union, and dismissal of 
litigation 2,517.44 

File 46-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ordinance prepared in and reported out 
of Committee. 



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Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



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Wednesday, June 7, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Legislative Chambers, 

City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch J UN 12 1978 

Clerk: A. Hewlett documents dept 

S.F. PU ILIC LIBRARV 

1. Hearing to consider report of Bureau of the Budget of the Board 
of Supervisors, dated April 1978, reviewing operations of the 
Public Utilities Commission. File 217-78 

ACTION: HEARING HELD; FILED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $10,000, Recreation and Park Department, 
for FIRM System Conversion Account. File 101-77-243 (RO 446) 

(Continued from 5/31/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $160) 

3. Resolution authorizing the Controller to remove reserve on the 
amount of $385,652, 1978 Community Development Program, for 
Bayview-Hunters Point Non-Profit Community Development Corpora- 
tion. File 79-78-4 

(Continued from 5/31/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total to $375,484) 

4. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to expend funds 
received from the Federal Library Services and Construction Act 
for extension of Public Library Demonstration Project for 1978-79. 
File 253-77-4.1 -•"-; 

(Continued from 5/31/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to expend funds 
received from the Federal Library Services and Construction Act 
for development of communications technology for 1978-79. 

File 253-77-2.1 

(Continued from 5/31/78) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Municipal Code, Part III, 
by adding Article 12, providing for raising .additional public 
revenues by levying a license fee upon persons who engage in the 
City and County in any trade, occupation or profession; providing 
for administration and collection of said fees; providing for 
penalties for violation thereof; and providing for effective 
date. File 150-78-4. (Draft only) (Supv. Milk) 

(Continued from 5/17/78) 

ACTION: TABLED AT REQUEST OF AUTHOR 



Finance Committee -2- June 7, 1978 



7. Ordinance appropriating $2,798, Fire Department, for overtime, 
crafts; rescinding $2,798 from permanent salaries, crafts 
appropriation; an emergency measure. File 101-77-265 (RO 478) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance appropriating $5,625, Fire Department, for contractual 
services, other professional services, materials and supplies, 
equipment for Physical Fitness Program; rescinding $5,625 from 
permanent salaries, uniformed force appropriation. File 
101-77-247 (RO 462) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/14/78 

9. Ordinance appropriating $50,000, Fire Department, for extended 
work week to pay uniformed members to work on days off; 
rescinding $50,000 from permanent salaries, uniformed force 
appropriation. File 101-77-248 (R0 464) 

ACTION: AMENDMENT OF WHOLE PRESENTED IN CMTE; RECOMMENDED 
(increase total to $100,000) 

10. Ordinance appropriating $98,832, Water Department, for equipment .- 
File 101-77-246 (RO 467) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $482, Treasurer, for equipment; rescind- 
ing $482 from contractual services appropriation. File 101-77-250 
(RO 466) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (Reduce total approp to $210)- 

12. Ordinance appropriating $2,471, Treasurer, for equipment; 
rescinding $2,471 from permanent salaries appropriation. 
File 101-77-249 (RO 465) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (Reduce total approp to $1,896) 



j-nance Committee -3- June 7, 1978 



13. Ordinance appropriating $300, Department of Public Works, Bureau 
of Sanitary Engineering, for Residential Users Appeals Program. 
File 101-77-251 (RO 463) 

ACTION: TABLED AT REQUEST OF DEPARTMENT. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $50,000, Municipal Railway, for claims 
and litigations; rescinding $50,000 from the passenger and damage 
claims appropriation. File 101-77-252 (RO 468) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Ordinance appropriating $146,000, Police Department, for extra 
duty, overtime, extended work week, contractual services, materials 
and supplies and services; rescinding $146,000 from holiday pay and 
permanent salaries appropriations. File 101-77-253 (RO 469) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance appropriating $18,308, Mayor, for Anti-Recession Assist- 
ance Fund; rescinding $18,308 from Anti-Recession Assistance Fund. 
File 101-77-257 (RO 473) (Supv. Gonzales) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



17. Resolution authorizing modification of the Skill Training Improve- - 
ment Program administered by the Mayor's Office of Employment and 
Training, and authorizing the Mayor to expend funds. File 
68-77-21.1.1 

ACTION: TABLED (Supv. Kopp dissenting) 

18. Resolution approving Addendum No. 3 to the 1978 Community Develop- 
ment Program, authorizing the use of contingency funds in the. 
amount of $32,500, to supplement the previous allocations for 
rehabilitation activities at Park Branch Library and the Centro- 
Latino Neighborhood Center. File 79-78-5 ---"- 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED " ." 

19. Resolution accepting gift of $13,500 from United Way of Bay Area 
for use by Department of Social Services for training and rehabil- 
itation services for mentally retarded adults receiving assistance 
under Aid to Disabled Program, from July 1, 1978 through June 30, 
1979. File 38-78-11 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution authorizing the District Attorney to apply for and pt 
funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for an augmenta- 
tion and extension of project "Victim/Witness Assistance Program." 
File 225-78-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing the District Attorney to apply for and 
accept funds from Law Enforcement Assistance Administration for 
project entitled "Career Criminal Program." File 225-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Commit tee -4- June 7, 1978 



22. Resolution authorizing the President of the Board of Supervisors 
to sign, on behalf of the City and County, amendments to agree- 
ments with Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and Contra Costa counties to 
increase per diem rate for out-of -County prisoners housed in 
San Francisco County jails from $16.01 to $21.00 per prisoner. 
File 261-78 (Supv. Hutch) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (increase to $22.40 per diem) 

23. Resolution authorizing continuation of S. F. Special Zoo Fund for 
one year ending June 30, 1979, pursuant to provisions of Section 
10.178 of the Administrative Code. File 260-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO NOT PASS" * 

24. Resolution authorizing continuation of Special Animal Purchase 
and Exchange Fund for one year ending June 30, 1979, pursuant to 
provisions of Section 10.175 of the Administrative Code. File 
260-78-2 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO NOT PASS" * 

Hearing to consider various requests for Relief from Delinquent Property 
Tax Penalty, as follows: 

CLAIMANT AMOUNT FILE NO. 



25. William S. Corvin $ 788.07 118-78-57 

(Tax Collector recommends waiver) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED: resolution prepared, in and .reported out of 
Cmte ** (includes- files lisxecT xn No. 27) ^ 

26. Robert Y. Stebbings $ 51.94 201-77-15 

201-77-16 
118-78-22 , 

118-78-25 " 

118-78-26 

118-78-28 

118-78-29 

118-78-30 

118-78-31 

118-78-33 

118-78-35 

118-78-37 

118-78-36 

(Tax Collector recommends denial) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL; resolution prepared in and reported 
out of Cmte. "Denying claim for relief from Delinquent 

froperty Tax Penalty on various properties for tax year 
977-78." (all files included in 118-78-36) 

* Ordinance prepared in and reported out of Cmte - File 260-78-3: 
"Amending the Administrative Code by repealing Sections 10.175 and 
10.187 relating to Special Zoo Fund and Specxal Animal Purchase 



Robert Y. Stebbings 


$ 51 


94 


Francis Yuen 


41 


24 


Frank D. Cassinelli 


30 


99 


John K. Allen dba 

Allen Investment Co. 


32 


92 


Frank McGorty on behalf 
of Estate of Rose Stone 


115 


89 


St. Mary's Cathedral 
(Rectory) 


371 


31 


Charles L. Smith 


52 


82 


Edward J . Dunne 


45 


99 


James J. Hanratty 


30 


81 


Eber W. Minchin 


141 


26 


William and Anne Wong 


22 


04 


Emma D. French 


41 


68 


Shih I. Chun 


36 


41 



Finance Committee 



June 7, 1978 



Hearing to consider various requests for Relief from Delinquent Property 
Tax Penalty (continued) 

TAX COLLECTOR'S 



27. 



CLAIMANT 


AMOUNT 


RECOMMENDATION 


FILE NO. 


Rene H. Thompson 


$ 85.72 


None 


118-78-1 


Sidney U. Hiken 


111.44 


Deny 


118-78-20 


Mabel Akzam 


32.92 


Deny 


118-78-24 


Mary and Joseph Pfahnl 


31.50 


Deny 


118-78-27 


Wah Hong Toy 


111.81 


Deny 


118-78-38 


Gladys S. Soule 


49.06 


Deny 


118-78-39 


Thomas J . LaLanne 


84.60 


Deny 


118-78-40 


Carmelina R. Illescas 


28.44 


None 


118-78-45 


Loraine and Patrick 
McCormack 


42.39 


None 


118-78-46 


Millie Pocoraba 


119.70 


None 


118-78-48 


Gerald L. Rinehart 


30.20 


Deny 


118-78-49 



ACTION- **RECOMMEND WAIVER: c/w 118-78-57 "Approving claim for Relief fron 

Deixnq Prop Tax etc." 

28. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds in the amount of $25,000 to plan manpower programs 
in the private sector. File 68-78-14 (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Hearing to determine whether there is a need to continue the 
Stadium Operator Tax exemption beyond June 30 , 1978. File 
267-78 (Supv. n olinari) 

ACTION: HEARIN3 HELD; FILED 



30. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, as follows: 



31. 



Superior 
Ct. No. 



Plaintiff 



Settlement 



Betsy Blom (and dismissal of cross action) $ 
Bernice Garcia (and waiver of hospital bill) 
Augusta M. Granucci 
Ann Chinn Jay 



687 681 

664 459 

696 067 

692 492 

195 610 

(San Mateo Co.) Dennis J. Luca 

657 690 Ruby Owens 

691 336 Lawrence Williams 

704 119 Gilbert Zuniga 

File 45-78-18 (RO 451, 452, 453, 454, 455, 457, 458, 459) 



7,000 

1,000 

7,000 

25,000 

1,350 

2,000 

750 

2,900 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ordinance prepared in and reported out of Cmte, 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Shirley M. 
Carolan against the Bay Area Rapid Transit District by payment 
of $5,000. File 45-78-19 (RO 456) (Sup. Ct . No. 671 333) 



ACTION: PT?rnMMi7MrvFn 



Finance Committee -6- June 7, 1978 



32. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Denis J. Guiney 
against the City and County by payment of $300,000. File 
45-78-20 (110 450) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

33. Ordinance authorizing settlment of litigation of Marvin Gassman 
against the City and County by payment of $200,000. File 
45-78-21 (RO 449) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

34. Resolution approving compromise of unlitigated claim of Janey 
Kocotes by payment of $2,500. File 48-78-9 (RO 460) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee 
Board of Supervisors 
Room 235, City Hall 
San Francisco, Ca. 94102 



— ■ City Librarian 

Meeting Public Library 

of Civic Center 
"$? FINANCE COMMITT] 4=d@C \ 

Board of^Sopcrvisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^June 21, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present:: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Hearing to consider future of Charter Section 6.407, Utility Revenues 
and Expenditures. File 216-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

(5/17/78 - Continued to Call of the Chair) ,i|», p n iQ7o 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/5/78 

2. Ordinance appropriating $74,979, Public Health, SFGH, for contractual 
services, materials and supplies, and equipment; rescinding $74,979 
from permanent salaries; an emergency measure. File 101-77 -'275 

(RO A 99) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp. to $50,679) 

3. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, District Attorney, for special 
prosecution; rescinding $5,000 from permanent salaries; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-289 (RO 507) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $429,111, Municipal Railway, for permanent 
salaries, platform employees, and related mandatory fringe benefits, 
overtime holiday pay, contractual services and fuels; rescinding 
$429,111 from permanent salaries, crafts and passenger and damage 
claims appropriations; an emsrgency measure. File 101-77-290 (RO 520) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce, approp to $230,669) 

5. Ordinance appropriating $150,000, Police Department, for expansion 
of Senior Escort Program. File 101-77-291 (RO 525) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp $147,044) 

6. (See #37) 



7. Ordinance appropriating $8,000, Public Library, for Workers' Compen- 
sation costs; rescinding $8,000 from temporary salaries appropriation. 
File 101-77-293 (RO 519) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance appropriating $995.42, Treasurer, for replenishment of 
cash difference fund; rescinding $995.42 from permanent salaries 
appropriation; an emergency measure. File 101-77-255 (RO 524) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Heel 
of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, June 21, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Hearing to consider future of Charter Section 6.407, Utility Revenues 
and Expenditures. File 216-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

(5/17/78 - Continued to Call of the Chair) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/5/78 



2. Ordinance appropriating $74,979, Public Health, SFGH, for contractual 
services, materials and supplies, and equipment; rescinding $74,979 
from pei'manent salaries; an emergency measure. File 101-77-275 

(RO 499) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp . to $50,679) 

3. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, District Attorney, for special 
prosecution; rescinding $5,000 from permanent salaries; an emergencv 
measure. File 101-77-289 (RO 507) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

.4. Ordinance appropriating $429,111, Municipal Railway, for permanent 
salaries, platform employee:?., and i-elated mandatory fringe benefits, 
overtime holiday pa}', contractual services and fuels; rescinding 
$429,111 from permanent salaries, crafts and passenger and damage 
claims appropriations; an emergency measure. File 101-77-290 (RO 520) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce: approp to $230,669) 

5. Ordinance appropriating $150,000, Police Department, for expansion 
of Senior Escort Program. File 101-77-291 (RO 525) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp $147,044) 

6. (See #37) 



7. Ordinance appropriating $8,000, Public Library, for Workers' Compen- 
sation costs; rescinding $8,000 from temporary salaries appropriation, 
File 101-77-293 (RO 519) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance appropriating $995.42, Treasurer, for replenishment of 
cash difference fund; rescinding $995.42 from permanent salaries 
appropriation; an emergency measure. File 101-77-^5 (RO 524) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



9. Ordinance appropriating $6,200, Recreation and Park, for con- 
tractual services, materials and supplies, for a mural to be 
installed at Garfield Pool. File 101-77-238 (RO 442) 

(Continued from 5/31/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $72,000, Recreation and Park Department, 
for reconstruction of Sharon Building. File 101-77-239 (RO 439) 

(Continued from 5/31/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF CHAIR 



11. Requesting consideration of appropriation for Contractual Ser- 
vices, Stebbin Foundation, in the amount of $19,270, Commission 
on the Aging. File 101-77-219.2 

(Continued from 5/31/78) 

ACTION- RECOMMEND "DO NOT PASS"; ordinance prep in and reptd out 
of Cmte . (Supv. Kopp dissenting; 

12. Resolution authorizing lease of real property for Foblic Health's 
Northeast Mental Health Center, 1520 Stockton Street. File 
64-78-19 (RO 3) 

(Continued from 5/17/78) 

ACTIO": CONTINUED TO 6/28/78 

13. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Sunset Scavenger Company and Macor, Inc., for $100,000 required 
for Open Space purposes. File 84-78-3 (RO 433) 

(Vicinity of Tocoloma and Lathrcp Avenues) 

(Continued from 5/24/78) 

ACTION: TABLED (Supv. Hutch dissenting) 



14. Ordinance appropriating $5,625, Fire Department, for contractual 
services, other professional services, materials and supplies 
and equipment for physical Fitness Program; rescinding $.5,625 
from permanent salaries, uniformed force appropriation. File 
101-77-247 (RO 462) 

(Continued from 6/7/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



15. Ordinance appropriating $36,942.99, Purchaser, Central Shops, for 
equipment, over! erve; rescinding $36,942.99 from reserve 
for overhead appropriation. File 101-77-258 (110 476) 

ACT TOM : RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance appropriating $45,000, Recreation and Park, General 
Divison, for services of other departments, maintenance and repair - 
of auto equipment. File 101-77-259 (RO 477) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp to $39,774) 

17. Ordinance appropriating $9,270,000, Recreation and Park, Bond Fund, 
for various projects. File 101-77-261 (RO 482) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Ordinance appropriating $2,000, Parking Authority, for feasibility 
study for the Marina District Parking Garage. File 101-77-262 

(RO 480) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Ordinance appropriating $58,000, Parking Authority, for design 
treatment of various neighborhood shopping districts. File 
101-77-263 (RO 481) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/12/78 

20. Ordinance appropriating $258, Parking Authority, contractual ser- 
vices, for restriping lots at Junipero Serra Boulevard and Ocean 
Avenues, and 19th and Ocean Avenues. File 101-77-266 (RO 488) 
(Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Ordinance appropriating $2,500, Parking Authority, contractual S£ 
vices, for feasJ study of parking facility on site of 
George Peabody School. File 101-77-2 492) (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND] 

22. Ordinance appropriating $2,949, Pi Lng Departi l 
and ( "ions, for retroactive salai ' and 
related ry fringe benefits; rescinding $2. 

profession. - .aid materials and supplies. File 101-77-267 

(RO 479) (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND] 

23. Ordinance appropriating $4,000, Social Services, for San Fran. ' i 
Aid Retarded Citizens. File 101-77-264 (RO 484) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Ordinance appropriating $33,800, Social Services, for Sail Francisco 
Senior Center; rescinding $8,400 from other pro! il and special 
services appropriation, Public Health, Central Office, Administra- 
tion. File 101-77-270 (RO 491) (Supv. Silver) 

AOn , Trt „ AMENDMENT OF WHOLE SUBMITTED IN CM1 REC0 
AOilON: (increases approp to $48,504) 

25. Ordinance appropriating $190,000, Municipal Railway, contractual 
servicer., gas and electricity; rescinding $190,000 from permanent 
salaries, crafts. File 101-77-269 (RO 439) (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -4- June 21, 1978 

26. Ordinance approp] : $6,000, Adult: Probation, for local match 
funds for two mai grants; rescinding $6,000 from 

permanent salaries appropriation. File 101-77-271 (RO 487) 

ACTION: (WITHDRAWN BY DEPARTMENT) TAi 

27 Ordinance appropriating $31,000, Water Department, for equipment. 
File 101-77-272 (RO 501) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

28. Ordinance appropriating $119,557.33, various departments, for 
permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits, for classes 
in Transportation Promotive Scries, effective July 1, 1977; 
rescinding $1L / i ,850 .33 , permanent salaries, various departments. 
File 101-77-273 (RO 493) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Ordinance appropriating $5,724.12. Municipal Railway, for retro- 
active salaries and mandatory fringe benefits; rescinding $5,724.12 
from permanent salaries, crafts appropriation. File 101-77-274 

(RO 490) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Ordinance appropriating $2,103, Public Administrator, contractual 
services; rescinding $2,103 from permanent salaries. File 
101-77-276 (RO 500) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

31. Oj d ' appropriating $20,000, Recreation and' Park, for water 
reclamation plant electrical service: . File 101-77-277 (RO 498) 

ACTION: TABLED 

32. Ordinance appro] dating $13,500, Public Works, Speci I G 

for Ross Alley Improver:'. :, I i y Aid. File 101-77-278 (RO 516) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

33. Ordinance appropriating $115.88, Coroner, for overt.' ; r 
$115.88 from permanent salaries. File 101-77-280 (RO 508) 

ACTION: REC( 

34. 

for hold i pay 

101-77-281 (RO 504) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

35. Ordinance appropriating $51,426.49, various departments, to 
adjust compensation for certain classifi>- in accordance 
with Administrative provisions of Salary St- . on Ordi- 
nance IV. G, retroactive to July 1, 1977; rescinding $22,739.49 
from permanent salaries, various depai and $1,250.70 from 
contractual services, Recreation ami ment. F: 
101-77-282 (RO 4' 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

36. Requi the Controller to release $15,200 of for 
purchase of bomb investigation equipment, Police Dep. 

File 101-76-211.1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -5- June 21, 1978 



37. Ordinance appropriating $619,000, judgments and claims, Con- 
troller. File 101-77-283 (RO 517) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

38. Ordinance appropriating $3,600, Public Works, Bureau of Building 
Inspection, for contractual services; rescinding $3,600 from 
permanent salaries appropriation. File 101-77-284 (RO 511) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

39. Ordinance appropriating $29,100, Finance and Records, Registrar, 
for contractual services; rescinding $29,100 from temporary 
salaries appropriation. File 101-77-285 (RO 510) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

40. Ordinance appropriating $6,139.50, various departments, for 
temporary salaries, differential pay and mandatory fringe 
benefits to provide premium pay for employees assigned to 
supervisory duties in accordance with Section IVB, Annual Salary 
Ordinance, per Section 16 of Letter of Understanding for 1977-78 
between the City and County and Local 39, International Union 

of Operating Engineers; rescinding $1,419 from permanent salaries. 
File 101-77-286 (RO 506) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

41. Ordinance appropriating $975, Coroner, for diving service; 
rescinding $975 from permanent salaries appropriation. File 
101-77-287 (RO 509) 

ACTION: (WITHDRAWN BY DEPARTMENT) TABLED 

42. Ordinance appropriating $2,524,085, Airport, for overt isoa, holi- 
day pay, contractual services, materials and supplies, fixed 
charges , services of other departments and other capital improve- 
ment appropriations. File 101-77-288 (RO 503) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp to $2,501,585) 

43. Ordinance appropriating $9,989.80, various departments, for 
retroactive pa3 T and related mandatory fringe benefits for 
Class 7395, Ornamental Iron Worker, to reflect corrections made 
to the 1976-77 Salary Standardization Ordinance, in accordance 
with Ordinance No. 181-77, effective July 1, 1976. File 
101-77-279 (RO 505) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

44. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1976-77, various 
departmants, by correcting rate of pay for Class 7395, Ornamental 
Iron Worker, to confirm with corrections to the 1976-77 Salary 
Standardization Ordinance, in accordance with Ordinance No. 181-77, 
effective July 1, 1976; a companion measure to 101-77-279. File 
102-76-108. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

45. Ordinance appropriating $74,148, Commission on the A?lnS> f° r 
various contractual services. File 101-77-260 (RO 486) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total to $45,000; see file 

for amendments) 



Finance Committee -C- 21, 1978 



46. Ordinance approving amendment' to lease and agreement for opera- 
tion of concessions in the San Francisco Zoological Gardens and 
Fleishhacker Playf ield between the Recreation and Park Commission 
and the San Francisco Zoological Society to reduce the rental 
percentage from 5% to 17». File 62-7S-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/5/78 

47. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Municipal Code, Part III, by 
adding Section 86.2 pertaining to apartment house license fees. 
File 245-78 (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: TABLED 

48. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, Parking Authority, for addition;! 
costs in the preparation of a draft EIR to determine the fea 
bilitj' of a public off-street parking facility. File 101-77-8 
(RO 18) 

(2/15/78 - Continued to Call of the Chair) 

ACTION: TABLED (Supv. Kopp dissenting) 

49. Ordinance appropri; £500^000 for reconstruction of Engine Co. 

No. 4, Fire Department. File 101-77-91 (RO 182) 

(12/14/77 - Continued to Call of the Chair) 
ACTION: C< 7/5/78 

50. Ordinance apprc ; $22,631, Pul alth, for perm sala- 
ries and rel bem overtii coi ; ces, 
othe ; sional services, materials and suppl 

operation of methadone detoxification outpatient pi ogra 
SFGH. File 101-77-176 (RO 328) 

ACTION: TA] 

51. Ordinance ap ' $189,607, Public Healtl for 
salaries, hi. . ay, contractual servici lis and si 
and equipment; rescind'' 607 fro-- . 

services of other departments appropriations. File 101-7. 358) 

(4/5/ 

ACT 

3 ' 

I 52. Resolu Lssion on the 

tract and 
s enior c itiz e n s « Fi le 14 h -71 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

53. Res amending the Upper Ashbury RAP Public Improvements Plan 
to allocate port ial service facilities reserve fur 

authorizing fc] doc . . . out 

program. Fi ,3-2 

ACTION: RECOMN 



54. Resolution authorizing execution of certain new leases, amend- 
ment of certain existing leases and extension of certain existing 
leases of real property. File 64-78-22 (RG 10) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

55. Resolution authorizing lease with Metropolitan Missionary Baptist 
Church, as Lessor, for space at 1682-1684 Newcomb Street for 
Senior Citizens' Escort Service. File 64-78-21 (RO 483) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

56. Resolution approving Addendum No. 4, 1978 Community Development 
Program, allocating $75,000 for administrative costs to San 
Francisco Development Fund's Housing Conservation Institute; 
authorizing the Mayor to execute revised contract with San 
Francisco Development Fund. File 79-78-6 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

57. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for and 
accept Federal funds for reconstruction of Divisadero Street, 
Broadway to Vallejo Street. File 103-78-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

58. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to app]y for and accept Federal 
funds for Upper Ash bury Rehabilitation Assistance Program. 

File 68-78-16 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

59. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds for the proposed Hayes Valley Rehabilitation Area. 

File 68-78-15 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

60. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to appiy for and accept Federal 
funds for North of Market Rehabilitation Assistance Program Area. 
File 68-78-17 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

61. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain tax delinquent 
property from State of California for the sum of $30 for Open 
Space purposes. File 84-78-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

62. Resolution authorizing the Public Utilities Commission to apply 
for and accept a grant under the Urban Mass Transportation Act 

of 1964, as amended, to aid in financing minority business enter- 
prises. File 162-78-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance C 



-8- 



June 21, 1978 



Hearing to consider various requests for Relief from Delinquent 
Property Tax Penalty, as follov/s: 



63. 



64. 



CLAIMANT 

Hazel A. Dolson 

Helen A. Kelly 

James E. Williams 

George E. Grabo 

Lee E. Schafer 

Lilia P. Hons and 
Hilda Mitchell 

(Tax Collector recommends denial) 

Armrrs „ Kelly and Williams c/w 118-78-131; Grabo, Shafer and Hons 
ACTION: C 7 W 118-78-67 



AMOUNT 


FILE NO. 




$ 107.86 


118-78-41 


s^C ■<-<■'( 


34.67 


118-78-42 


WAIVE 


70.28 


118-78-43 


WAIVE 


43.26 


118-78-44 


DENY 


53.54 


118-78-55 


DENY 


178.68 


118-78-59 


DENY 



Freda R. Lerch 


$ 475, 


.82 


118-78-97 


Kenneth W. Larson 


368, 


,08 


118-78-65 


Louis Berardi dba 


289, 


,67 


118-78-114 


Presto Press 








Lemuel Jen 


442, 




118-78-126 


Beth, Saffoj 


48. 


,27 


118-78-128 


Hanna Ruth Wilber 


86, 


,27 


118-78-129 


F. Hartley Postlewaithe 


88, 


,89 


118-73-130 


Jeanne Heiser 


221. 


98 


118-78-131 



65, 



(Tax Collector recommends waiver) 

ACTION: RE prep in and reptd out of Crate; all 

c/v/ 118-78-131 



A 

$ 25.32 



31.23 



CLAIMANT 

Charles and C 
Smith 

Leah Dubinsky (thru 
Muriel T< 

Estate of John Clyde 
(thru D. Clyde., Adm) 

Anna E. Delbos 

Freda Michel 

Enrique Roman 

Tilly R. : 



Chinese Hospital Assoc 

(By D. Richard i, Adm.) 1757.14 



TAX C FILE NO. 



Helena Kurd; 
ACTION: 



None 



118-78-51 Wi 



lis-; rAiVE 



11.77 


Nons 


118-7S-56 


DENY 


28.44 


Deny 


118-78-60 


WAIVE 


17.65 


Deny 


118-78-61 


WAIVE 


40.72 


Deny 


118-78-63 


WAIVE 


28.44 


Deny 


118-78-64 




.757.14 


None 


118-78-67 


DENY 


34.06 


None 


118-78-32 


WAIVE 



As indicated. 118-78-51, -52, -60, -61, -63, -32 combined 

with 118-78-131. 

118-78-56, -64, -67 combined with 118-78-67 

Resolution prepared in and reported out of Cmtc; recommended 



Finance Commit -9- June 21, 1978 



66. Requesting annual review of Administrative Code, Section 10.117-3, 
"Police Officer's Training Fund." File 249-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD; FILED 

Requesting review of various Public Service Employment Projects, as 
follows : 



67. East/West Academy (278) 

(Continued from 5/17/78) 



ACTION: DISAPPROVE 

68. LULAC National Educational Service Center (385) 
(Continued from 5/17/78) 



ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



File 437-77-21.1 



File 437-77-20 



69. "Artists in Response, Inc. (34)" (Rehab, of Goodman Bldg.) 

(Continued from 5/17/78) 

File 437-77-12.2 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

70. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Bobby Ray S1 
against the City and County by payment of $17,000. -File 45-78-22 
(RO k 72) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

71. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and Ci 
agaii l ■ ] . ■ i sum of $1,750. File 49 -V 

ACTION: RECC 
i 

72. Resolution authc Lse of unlitigated cla - j 

Com Lnst the City 750. File 

48-78-10 (RO 4! .. 

ACT;: RECOMMENDED 



71/ 



CALENDAR 

Meeting 

of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, June 28, 1978, 2:00 p.m. 
Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 



Cxty Librarian 

P^Uc Library 
Civic Center 

Room 228, City Hall 



DOCUt 



1. 



3. 



Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Health, reflecting classification of two new positions, Jail 
Medical Services Program. File 102-77-96 (CSC 98) 

(Calendared for purposes of Tabling only.) 

ACTION: TABLED 

Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, various 
departments, to adjust compensation of certain classifications, 
in accordance with the Administx-ative provisions of Salary 
Standardization Ordinance IV. G, retroactive to July 1, 1977; a 
companion measure to 101-77-282. File 102-77-94 (CSC 96) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



Ordinance appropriating $9,464,300, Chief Administrative Officer, 
for Yerba Buena Center Public Facilities. File 101-78-2 (RO 8) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (Reduce total approp to $8,800,000) 

Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus City-owned property located 
in San Mateo County. File 154-78-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Resolution accepting gifts for use by Recreation and Park Depart- 
ment from various donors, as follows: 

A collection of birds, valued at approximately $3,000, 
from SPCA; 

The sum of $5,000 to finance independent engineering analysis 
of report on Candlestick Park playing surface, prepared by 
Alan A. Voorhees & Assoc., Inc , from S. F. 49ers, Inc.; 
37 gross used Wilson Tennis balls from the Virginia Slims 
Tennis Tournament, valued at $1,920, from Wilson Tennis Ball 
Company; 

2 trap machines to be used at Sharp Park Rifle Range, valued 
at $500, from the Golden Gate Rifle and Pistol Assoc; 
Mimeograph paper, off-set printing sheets (pink and white), 
blank menu folders, bond paper and duplicating maching paper 
(from the Mariposa), valued at approximately $2,000, from 
Pacific Far East Lines; 

A Thornless Pandanus Odoratissimus Tree, for the tropical 
plant collection at the Conservatory of Flowers, Golden Gate 
Park, valued at $300, from Ms. Elysbeth N. Piers ol; 
The sum of $268.33 for use in the Strybing Arboretum or Con- 
servatory of Flowers, Golden Gate Park, from the Golden Gate 
Park Centennial Committee. 

File 38-78-12 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for details) 



6. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 1520 Stockton 
Street for Department of Public Health, Northeast Mental Health 
Center. File 64-78-19 (RO 3) 

(Continued from 6/21/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED ONE WEEK 

7. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Department of Labor to plan for and develop a compre- 
hensive occupational health and safety project. File 68-78-19. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds for Exemplary Youth Programs. File 68-78-18. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

9. Resolution authorizing the San Francisco Commission on the Aging 
to enter into contracts with agencies to provide direct service 
to senior citizens in San Francisco. File 144-78-5 



10. 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



WITHDRAWN 



11. Requesting refund of taxes in the amount of $75,159.15 for fiscal 
year 1972-73 and $39,719.37 for fiscal year 1973-74, levied 
against Allied Properties and Crocker National Bank. File 
118-78-102 

ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL. 

12, Requesting refund of Delinquent Property Tax Penalty in the sum 
of $39.32 levied against property at 472 Tehama Street for tax 
year 1977-78. File 118-78-119 

ACTION: RECOMMEND WAIVER. 



Finance Committee 



June 28, 1978 



Hearing to consider various requests for Relief 
Tax Penalty, as follows: 

CLAIMANT AMOUNT 

13. George B. Gillin $ 36.34 

Pierre and Jeannette Nebout 42.48 

Frank and Marie F. Sandona 57.61 

John and Laura Mung 31.15 

W. S. and Sarah Chang 156.04 

William S. Gutierrez 113.85 

Herbert and Christine Pihl 114.57 

William 0. King, Jr. 45.82 

Rita J. Lewis 33.27 

Ng Wing Shek 38.62 

Leonard Simpson 38.87 

Bernell and Beverly Taylor 10.19 

Frederick W. Martin 16.14 

Rosa Ayala and Rosalina 

Cardona 12.21 

Marion and Dorothy Burrell 30.81 

(Tax Collector recommends denial) 

ACTION: ""{Recommendation as indicated) 

14. Louise Etchegaray $ 32.30 

C. P. Neddersen and 

D. M. Rathbon- 20.19 

Michael Tabaz 26.32 

Louis Barberini and Mike 

McDowell 24.14 

Mildred L. Burton 32.13 

Walter A. Orloff 47.57 



Fathi Hamzel and Georgette 
Hamzeh 



Leland Chan and Tony Jeong 
Jack and Jacqueline King 
David Elamm 

(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 
ACTION: ^(Recommendation as indicated) 



41.08 

288.18 

23.00 

26.10 



from Delinquent Property 

FILE NO .' " RECOMM . 

118-78-34 WAIVE 

118-78-47 WAIVE 

118-78-50 WAIVE 

118-78-53 WAIVE 

118-78-54 DENY 

118-78-58 DENY 

118-78-62 CONT 1 WK 

118-78-66 DENY 

118-78-68 DENY 

118-78-70 DENY 

118-78-71 DENY 

118-78-72 DENY 

118-78-73 DENY 

118-78-74 DENY 

118-78-76 WAIVE 



118-78-78 WAIVE 

118-78-80 DENY 

118-78-82 WAIVE 

118-78-83 WAIVE 

118-78-84 WAIVE 

118-78-85 DENY 

118-78-86 DENY 

118-78-87 DENY 

118-78-88 DENY 

118-78-89 WAIVE 



Hearing to consider vai'ious requests for Relief 
Tax Penalty, as follows: 

CLAIMANT 

15. Congregation Ner Tamid 

Joseph J. Baiocchi 

Hugh J. Conroy 

Jack Langsam 

(dba Windsor Properties) 
(dba Miss ion- Van Ness Corp) 

May Yew 

Herbert and Dorothea Diamond 

James and Cynthia Dragon 

Estate of Theresa Chase 

Robert Zanic 

Estate of Edith Eisler 

John L. Hoffman 

Rosalie D. Boyd 

(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 

ACTION: * (Recommendation as indicated) 

16. Timothy Cling $ 34.92 
Cheung Kui Lee 28.71 
Patricia Nguyen 28.44 
Lauren and Lance Wiscomb 50.54 
David C. Nevins 42.03 
Reynaldo and Leticia Arredondo 17.74 
Charles and Rose Wilson 24.49 
James Moore 55.47 
Randall and Mary Morton 40.03 
Callahan & Assoc. 244.75 
Maurice and Nora Moy 28.79 
Kwan-So and Sow Yin Choo Tse 50.82 
Cheryl V. Horn 20.81 
Alfred and Rosita Karganilla 20.90 
Richard Davidian 52.49 
Emil and Elaine Eskro 24.83 

(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 
ACTION: * (Recommendation as indicated) 



from Delinquent Property 



AMOUNT 


FILE NO. 


*REG0MM 


$ 206.98 


118-78-91 


DENY 


45.64 


118-78-93 


DENY 


26.95 


118-78-94 


WAIVE 


1,125.71 
317.24 


118-78-96 


WAIVE 


19.67 


118-78-101 


DENY 


25.02 


118-78-103 


DENY 


16.77 


118-78-104 


DENY 


33.01 


118-78-105 


DENY 


38.97 


118-78-106 


DENY 


28.20 


118-78-107 


DENY 


93.92 


118-78-108 


DENY 


14 . 58 


118-78-109 


DENY 



118-78- 


-110 


DENY 


118-78- 


-111 


DENY 


118-78- 


-112 


DENY 


118-78- 


-113 


DENY 


118-78- 


-116 


DENY 


118-78- 


-117 


WAIVE 


118-78- 


-118 


DENY 


118-78- 


-120 


DENY 


118-78- 


-121 


DENY 


118-78- 


-122 


DENY 


118-78- 


•123 


DENY 


118-78- 


■124 


WAIVE 


118-78- 


-125 


DENY 


118-78- 


•127 


DENY 


118-78- 


■132 


DENY 


118-78- 


■133 


DENY 



Hearing to consider various requests for Relief from Delinquent Property 
Tax Penalty, as follows: 



17. 



CLAIMANT 


AMOUNT 


TAX COLL. 
RECOMM. 


FILE NO. 


Michael Perdue 


$ 31.86 


None 


118-78-75 


Madeline Weingetz 


33.01 


None 


118-78-77 


Hazel P. Davis 


43.87 


None 


118-78-79 


Clelia Koch 


39.67 


None 


118-78-81 


Harriet Ryan 


34.23 


None 


118-78-90 


Robert T. Kai 


30.71 


None 


118-78-92 


Frank and Maria Garcia 


20.44 


None 


118-78-95 


Cannela Rusconi 


19.32 


None 


118-78-98 


Stephen F. Lutich 


106.93 


None 


118-78-100 


Bessie M. Johnson 


19.05 


None 


118-78-115 


ACTION: WAIViiE HECOMMENEED 









18. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Ronald Lambert 
against the City and County by payment of $366,000. File 45-78-27 
(RO 514) 

AC T I ON : REC OMMEND ED 

19. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of James L. Fitz- 
patrick against the City and County by payment of $60,000. 

File 45-78-28 (RO 515) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Ordinance authorizing settlemsnt of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, as follows: 



Superior 
Ct. No. 

704 119 
161 426 
694 380 
717 967 



663 211 



Plaintiff 



Settlement 



$ 



411.00 

50.00 

544.00 



Calif. State Auto Assoc, 
Marilyn M. Wag on is 
Patricia Henderson 
Walter Kotik, a minor, 
by Nadia Kotik 
(and waiver of $649 hospital bill) 
Quenn Ann Robinson 300.00 



500.00 



File 45-78-30 (RO 512, 513, 502, 497, 496) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ordinance prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 



CALENDAR 

Meeting 

of PUDl 



. FINANCE COMMITTEE 






Board of Supervisors C_> 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ^ July 5, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

C lKk; A. Hewlett JUL 8 1978 

DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
8.F, PU ^LIC L.ERARV 

1. Hearing to consider future of Charter Section 6.307, Utility 
Revenues and Expenditures. File 216-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

(Continued from 6/21/78) 

ACTION: FILED 

2. Ordinance approving amendment to lease and agreement for opera- 
tion of concession in the San Francisco Zoological Gardens and 
Fleishhacker Playfield between the Recreation and Park Commis- 
sion and the San Francisco Zoological Society to reduce the 
rental percentage from 5% to 1%. File 62-78-1 

(Continued from 6/21/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/26/78 

3. Ordinance appropriating $19,148 for contractual services, Fil-Am 
Council of San Francisco, Commission on the Aging. File 
101-77-260.1 

(Continued from 6/21/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 1520 Stockton 
Street for Department of Public Health, Northeast Mental Health 
Center. File 64-78-19 (RO 3) 

(Continued from 6/28/78) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 



5. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 275-70 (Payroll Expense Tax 
Ordinance, by adding Section 3.1 thereto, providing for tax 
credits. File 309-78 (Supv. Feinstein) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (City Atty to prepare legis . ) 

6. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 315-67 (Documentary Transfer 
Tax) by adding Section 2.1 thereto, providing for tax credits. 
File 310-78 (Supv. Feinstein) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (City Atty to prepare legis.) 

7. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 245-68 (Business Tax Ordinance) 
by adding Section 4.16 thereto, providing for tax credits. 
File 311-78 (Supv. Feinstein) 

ACTION 7 : RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (City Atty to prepare legis.) 



I" lll.M l*~\S V^Ul 



8. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
6255 Senior Plan Checker, Department of Public Works. File 
31-78-15 (RO 11) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
1492, Assistant Clerk, Board of Supervisors. File 31-78-16 
(RO 13) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED 

10. Resolution authorizing lease with William Meadors , as Lessor, 
for space at 50 Leland Avenue, for ^olice Department's Citizens' 
Safety Project. File 64-78-23 (RO 523) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

11. Resolution authorizing lease with Victor G. Kry.'.akis, et al, 
as Lessor, for space at 35 Grove Street, Department of City 
Planning, Office of Environmental Review. File 64-78-24 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

12. Resolution confirming sale of surplus City-owned property. 
File 154-78-5 

(Southwest corner of Geneve and Ocean Avenues; 
1221 Bosworth Street; 150 Woodside Avenue; and 
northwest corner Helena and Elmira Streets) * 

,„ mTrt „ ---Helena and Elmira separated (154-78-5.1) WITHOUT RECOMM. 
ACTION: Remainder RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance awarding lease for 7th and Harrison Parking Plaza. 
File 218-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing the Department of City Planning to apply 
for and accept funds from the United States Department of Com- 
merce for economic development planning activities. File 
246-78-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing the Juvenile Court to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for project entitled "San Francisco Senators Group Home." 
File 259-78-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/26/78 

16. Resolution authorizing the Purchaser to enter into lease agree- 
ment with AFC Industries Shippers, Car Line Division, to supply 
a chlorine tank car for use at North Point Water Pollution Con- 
trol Plan, with provision to hold lessor harmless from all 
liability. File 307-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



AMOUNT 




FILE NO. 


221.98 




118-78-135 


34.87 




118-78-136 


15.02 
12.91 


) 
) 


118-78-143 


36.08 




118-78-155 


38.33 




118-78-156 


37.20 
40.20 


) 
) 


118-78-158 


28.27 




118-78-162 



Finance Committee -3- July 5, 1978 



17. Hearing to consider various requests for Relief from Delinquent 
Property Tax Penalty, as follows: 

CLAIMANT 

Jeanne M. Heiser $ 

Katharina A. Wrobleski 

Louise P. Perrone 

Leo and Lillian Karlo 
Boris and Mircn Stashuk 
Yelva M. Gaitan 

Herb Kritz 

(Tax Collector recommends waiver of penalties.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND WAIVER; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 

18. Hearing to consider request for Relief from Delinquent Property 
Tax Penalty submitted by Herbert and .Christine Pihl in the 
amount of $114.57. File 118-78-62 

(Continued from 6/28/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 

19. Resolution authorizing compromise of unlitigated claim of 

Akira Tozawa against the City and County by payment of $1,459.73. 
File 48-78-11 (RO 522) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Marsha 
Stinnett against the City and County by payment of $100,000. 
File 45-78-33 (RO 529) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, as follows: 

Superior 

Court No . Plaintiff Settlement 

681 425 Pacific Mechanical Con- $ 82,000. "CONT. TO 7/26/78 

677 172 CurS'SatesTsr., 750. RECOMMENDED 

Gradie Coates and 
Theris Coates 

File 45-78-31 (RO 521, 518) 

ACTION: AS INDICATED (^separated - see File 45-78-31.1) 

22. Ordinance authorizing settlement and dismissal of litigation of 
the City and County against Donald Danmeier by accepting the sum 
of $5,000. File 46-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



CALENDAR 
Meeting 

°L Srr? Librarian 

PucHc Library 



" FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of Supervisors iV C filter 
City and County of San Franc 



Wednesday^ July 26, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A„ Hewlett 






■ 

1. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds in the amount • of $320,601 from the Department of 
Labor for CETA Summer Youth Employment Program. File 68-78-21 

(Calendared for purposes of Tabling only. Superseded 
by File 68-78-24) 

ACTION: TABLED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $58,000, Parking Authority, for design 
treatment of various neighborhood shopping districts. File 
101-77-263 (RO 481) 

(Continued from 6/21/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/2 

3. Ordinance appropriating $2,500, Parking Authority, contractual 
services, for feasibility study of parking facility on site of 
George Peabody School. File 101-77-268 (RO 492) 

(7/3/78 - rereferred to Committee) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/2 

4. Resolution authorizing lease with William Meadors, as Lessor, 
for space at 50 Leland Avenue, for Police Department's 
Citizens' Safety Project. File 64-78-23 (RO 523) 

(7/5/78 - Continued to Call of the Chair) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Resolution authorizing lease with Victor G. Kryiakis, et al., 
as Lessor, for space at 35 Grove Street, Department of City 
Planning, Office of Environmental Review. File 64-78-24 

(7/5/78 - Continued to Call of the Chair) 

ACTION: TABLED 

6. Hearing to consider review of Public Service Employment Project 
"San Francisco Coordinating Council on Drug Abuse (589)". 

File 437-77-21.2 

(Continued from 5/10/78) 
ACTION: DISAPPROVED 

7. Resolution confirming sale of surplus City-owned property. 
File 154-78-5.1 

(N.W. Helena and Elmira Streets) 
(7/10/78 - Rereferred to Committee) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



8. Hearing to consider deleting from Police Department budget funds 
for legal services, overtime, differential and holiday pay, 
Police and Civilian uniforms. File 100-78-17. (Supv. Silver) 

ACTION: FILED 

8a. Hearing to consider reductions in Police Department for vice 
investigation, Community Relations and Permit Bureau. File 
100-78-18 (Supv. Silver) 

ACTION: FILED 



9. Ordinance amending Section 2 of Ordinance No. 299-78 relating 
to the effective date of Administrative Code Sections 3.4 and 
3.17. File 118-76-4.1 (Supv. Lau) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

10. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
2.81 thereof, relating to designation of the official newspaper 
or newspapers of the City and County. File 221-78-1 (Supv. 
Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $30,293, Public Works, for temporary- 
salaries, contractual services, materials and supplies, and 
equipment for CETA Special Street Cleaning Project, pursuant 
to provisions of Section 6.306 of the Charter; rescinding 
$30,293 from permanent salaries appropriation, Bureau of 
Street Cleaning. File 101-78-4 (RO 15) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $27,608) 

12. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 275-70 (Payroll Expense Tax) 
by adding Section 3.1 thereto, providing for tax credits. 
File 309-78-1 (Sup\& Milk and Silver) 

ACTION: TABLED 

13. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 315-67 (Documentary Transfer 
Tax) by adding Section 2.1 thereto, providing for tax credits. 
File 310-78-1 (Supvs . Milk and Silver) 

ACTION: TABL ED 

14. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 245-68 (Business Tax) by 
adding Section 4.16 thereto, providing for tax credits. 
File 311-78-1 (Supvs. Milk and Silver) 

ACTION: TABLED 

15. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
10.193 to authorize collection of handling fees for San 
Francisco Arts Annual Festival, and allocating such fees to 
the San Francisco Art Commission for use in connection with 
such festival. File 329-78 (Supv. Lau) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 



16. Resolution accepting gift of $13,000 from Laguna Honda Home 
Volunteers for use by Municipal Railway for purchase of 
replacement minibus for service between Laguna Honda Hospital 
and Forest Hill Station. File 3 8-78-13 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution accepting gift of $500 from the Bank of America, 
NT&SA, for use by the Fire Department's Arson Task Force. 
File 38-78-15 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution accepting &ift of 1953 International Van from United 
Parcel Service, valued at approximately $800, for use by the 
District Attorney's Consumer Fraud/White Collar Crime Unit. 
File 38-78-14 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution authorizing the Juvenile Court to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for project entitled "San Francisco Senators Group Home. ' 
File 259-78-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/16 

20. Resolution accepting gift of the match for project entitled 
"San Francisco Senators Group Home" for use by the Juvenile 
Court. File 38-78-16 

ACTION- CONTINUED TO 8/16 

21. Resolution authorizing the Juvenile Court to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for a project entitled "Morrisania West Group Home." File 
259-78-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/16 

22. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds in the amount of $1,609,050 for Skill Training 
Program. File 68-78-22 

ACTION: RECOMMENDS) AS AMENDED (correct amt . to $1,068, 000 ) 

23. Resolution ordering annual audit of Controller's books; 
declaring intention to broaden scope of such audit to include 
review of internal control of all City departments; and 
retaining Touche Ross and Company to conduct audit. File 
95-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -4- July 26, 1978 



24. Ordinance awarding lease of Vallejo Street Garage. File 
218-78-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

25. Resolution adjusting public parking rates and charges at 
Vallejo Street public parking facility. File 218-78-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

26. Resolution authorizing amendment of Resolution No. 330-78 
and extension of lease of real property at 544 Golden Gate 
Avenue for Mayor's Office of Commission on Status of Women. 
File 64-78-25 (RO 14 ) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

27. Resolution waiving Statute of Limitations for Controller's 
Warrant of $54.90 payable to Edith Bliss. File 23-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

28. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventories of various 
City and County departments to reflect loss of property. 
File 17-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Resolution approving extension of cooperative agreement between 
State of California and City and County to provide participa- 
tion of State prisoners in San Francisco Work Furlough and 
Local Detention Program for period July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1978. 
File 308-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal 
property of City and County employees damaged in line of duty. 
File 51-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

31 Requesting refund of taxes levied against PC Service Corpora- 
tion for the years 1974, 1975 and 1976. File 118-78-150 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/16 

32. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease with Mary 
Emma Stebbins and James Flood, as Trustees, for space at 

870 Market Street, 9th Floor, for office of Delinquency Preven- 
tion Commission. File 64-78-26 (RO 12) 

.„ Recommended as amended (cont. for 3 months); 
ACTION: Consideration of further extension of lease - Cont. to 8/23 

64-78-26.1 

33. Authorizing the Department of Social Services to apply for and 
accept from the California State Department of Social Services 
the sum of $125,538 for conduct of a demonstration project 
relating to AFDC field investigations. File 243-78-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/23 

34. Hearing to consider reserving one-half of all allocated rental 
monies pending consideration of proposal to move City depart- 
ments now in rented space into available space at San Francisco 
General Hospital. File 100-78-11 (Supv. Silver) 

ACTION: FILED 



<5 C A U' N D A R ' ~~ , 

- s 

Meeting City Librarian 

of Public Library 

^ finance committ ee civic Center 

Board (^^Supervisor- 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 2, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supvs. Kopp, Dolson, Hutch (Supv. Dolson on Leave) 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance appropriating $996,000, Recreation and Park Department, 
for turf replacement, Candlestick Park. File 101-78-8 (RO 26) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION . 

2. Ordinance appropriating £395,037.67, Public Works, Architecture, 
for conversion of Clarendon Hall - Laguna Honda Hospital, to a 
skilled nursing facility; rescinding $395,037.67 from Laguna 
Honda Hospital Future Capital Improvements Reserve; an emergency 
measure. File 101-78-7 "(RO 25) (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance amending Section 3.3 of the Administrative Code dividing 
consideration of the budget among all committees of the Board of 
Supervisors . File 250-78 (Supv. Silver) 

(7/3/78 - Rereferred to Committee) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

4„ Ordinance appropriating $58,000, Parking Authority, for design 
treatment of various neighborhood shopping districts. File 
101-77-263 (RO 481) 

(Continued from 7/26/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $2,500, Parking Authority, contractual 
services, for feasibility study of parking facility on site of 
George Peabody Scnool. File 101-77-268 (RO 492) 

(Continued from 7/26/78) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

6. Reque'stmg refund of Delinquent Property Tax Penalty levied 
against the Chinese Hospital. File 118-78-67 

(7/3/78 - Rereferred to Committee) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (penalties waived) 

DC. 



Finance Committee -2- August 2, 1978 



7. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Public 
Administrator-Public Guardian, reflecting retitling of Class 
1131 from Assistant Bureau Chief, Finance and Records, to 
Assistant Public Administrator-Public Guardian. File 102-78-8 
(CSC 8) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; c/w 102-78-1.1 (correction of title only) 

8. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, various 
departments, reflecting retitling of six existing Civil Service 
classifications. File 102-78-9 (CSC 7) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; c/w 102-78-1.1 (correction of titles only) 

9. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
4.11 thereof, to prohibit certain use of City-owned vehicles. 
File 324-78 (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

10. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.178 thereof, authorizing use of Special Recreation and Park 
Concession Fund monies for resurfacing of Candlestick Park. 
File 325-78 (Supv. White) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



11. Resolution authorizing lease with Richard 0. Deatley, Ellen Bu- 
chanan and William R. Morton, as Lessors, for property at 2174 
and 2176 Sutter St. for use by Senior Citizens Escort Service 
(Western Addition Site Office). File 64-78-29 (RO 21) (Supv. 
Gonzales) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution authorizing lease with the Young Men's Christian 
Association, as Lessor, for space located at 220 Golden Gate 
Avenue, Department of Public Health, for Northeast Mental Health 
Center. File 64-78-27 (RO 534) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution accepting gift of 1978 GVW van, valued at approximately 
$10,225.09, from the DeYoung Museum Art School for use by the 
Downtown Center of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. File 
38-78-19 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution accepting gift of $500 from Estate of Harry P. Chris- 
tensen for Golden Gate Park Band, and five antique Victorian light 
fixtures valued at $850 from the Victorian Alliance to be used 

in the Commission Room of Recreation and Park Department. File 
38-78-18 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing the Recreation and Park Department to apply 
for and accept grant funds under the National Historic Preserva- 
tion Act for reconstruction of Conservatory of Flowers in Golden 
Gate Park. File 147-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the Recreation and Park Department to apply 
for and accept funds under Robert i-Z ' Berg Urban Open Space and 
Recreation program for acquisition of land and developing facili- 
ties to meet urban recreational needs. (2450 Harrison Street) 
File 147-78-5 



Finance Committee -3- August 2, 1978 



17. Resolution authorizing the Recreation and Park Department to 
file application for Federal funds under the Land and Water 
Conservation Program for imDrovemcnt of John McLaren Park. 
File 147-78-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution authorizing the Chief of Police to apply for and accept 
funds from the U. S. Department of Justice, LEAA, for project 
entitled "Integrated Criminal Apprehension Program (ICAP) 

Police Component of Comprehensive Career Criminal Program." 
File 151-78-4 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

19. Resolution authorizing the District Attorney to apply for and 
accept funds from the Department of Health,. Education and Wel- 
fare for project entitled "Small Claims Court Education Project. " 
File 225-78r-4 ' 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution authorizing the District Attorney toaiction a Complaint- 
Mobile Vehicle and to utilize proceeds for vehicles maintenance 
purposes. File 321-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing the General Manager, Public Utilities Com- 
mission to apply for and accept Transportation Development Act 
funds from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to prepare 
an Environmental Impact Report for a modification of Municipal 
Railway fares. File 162-78-6 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Resolution approving proposed refunding by City of San Francisco 
Uptown Parking Corporation of certain of its outstanding 1975 
Parking Revenue Bonds. File 331-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



23. Hearing to consider deletion of funds for department heads' cars 
and drivers, wherever they may exist. File 100-78-20 (Supv. 
Silver"* 

ACTION: FILED (Per request of Supv. Silver) 

24. Hearing to consider reduction in $2 million allocation for 
lighting of public buildings. File 100-78-12 (Supv. Silver) 

ACTION: filed (Per request of Supv. Silver) 

25. Hearing to consider deletion of public relations or advertising 
positions. File 100-7S-14 (Supv. Silver) 

ACTION: filtd (Per request of Supv. Silver) 



Hearings to consider various requests for Relief from Delinquent 
Property Tax Penalty, as follows: 



26. 



27. 



28, 



29. 



CLAIMANT 


AMOUNT 


FILE NO. 


CMTF. . 
ACTION 


Larry Morrell and 
Mark Lester 


$ 56.61 


118-78-69 


DENY 


Orlando Montandon 


59.21 


118-78-134 


DENY 


Joseph M. Frates 


56.94 


118-78-142 


DENY 


Kuang and Janie Chu 


85.22 


118-78-141 


WAIVE 


Gordon and Anna-Maria 
Mackenzie 


55.03 


118-78-153 


WAIVE 


Melvin Novikoff dba 
Surf Theatre 


99.42 


118-78-164 


WAIVE 


J. G. Morse and 
Francis Martin 


42.41 


118-78-166 


DENY 


Yin Yuen Kwan 


90.47 


118-78-175 


DENY 


Cherie M. Northen 


32.30 


118-78-178 


DENY 


Chuck and Doris Lee 


32.30 


118-78-194 


DENY 



(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 

ACTION- Recommendations as indicated; Res prep in and reptd out 
of Cmte. (All denials c/w 118-78-194) 



Estate of Michael Sibona $ 25.63 

Martha G. Parr 47.66 

Michael and Francine Felice 42.39 

Frank Rath 27.04 

Frank Riley 34.15 

Jacqueline Scott 10.98 

Thomas Walsh and R. Wellenstein 23.10 

Eileen Moore 45.29 
(Tax Collector recommends waiver.) 



118-78-168 WAIVE 
118-78-170 WAIVE 
118-78-172 WAIVE 
118-78-183 WAIVE 
118-78-184 WAIVE 
118-78-186 WAIVE 
118-78-187 WAIVE 
118-78-193 WAIVE 



ACTION: RECOMMEND WAIVER: res prep in and reported out of Cmte. 
(all waivers c/w 118-78-193) 

Paul and Margaret Wexberg $ 42.31 

Robert T. Kai 55.36 

(Tax Collector has no recommendation.) 
ACTION: RECOMMEND WAIVER (c/w 118-78-193) 

Alexander Sundar $ 32.22 

(Tax Collector recommends waiver) 
ACTION: RECOMMEND WAIVER (c/w 118-78-193) 



118-78-21 WAIVE 
118-78-23 WAIVE 



118-78-197 WAIVE 



Finance commit tee 0- August /. , iy/o 



30. Ordinance authorizing settlement of consolidated litigation of the 

United States against the City and County, and Officers for Jus- 
tice against the Civil Service Commission in accordance with sub- 
stance of terms and conditions of consent decree providing for 
rehiring and promotion relief in Police Department and for monetary 
relief; and authorizing the City Attorney to execute the same. 
File 45-78-14.1 

(U. S. Dist. Ct. #C-77-2884 RFP, and #C-73-0657 RFP) 
(7/24/78 - Referred to Finance Committee) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

31. Ordinance appropriating $2,635,000, Controller, judg ments and 
claims, for proposed settlement of Officers for Justice, et al., 
vs. Civil Service Commission of the City and County of San 
Francisco. File 101-78-6 (RO 20) 

(7/24/73 - Referred to Finance Committee) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

32. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Pacific Mechani- 
cal Constructors, Inc., against the City and County by payment 

of $82,000. File 45-78-31.1 (RO 521) 

(Continued from 7/5/78) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

33. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of 
Ora Seay against the City and County by 

payment of $350. File 45-78-32 (RO 527) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

34. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against Vessel M/S Stolt H ippo for damage to Third Street Bridge 
at Islais Creek by accepting the sum of $60,584. File 49-78-6 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

35. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, as follows: 

Superior 

Court No. Plaintiff Settlement 

659797 Guardaman Duggal $ 350 Recom 

703740 Stella Rallis 1,500 Recom 

708559 Linda Grimes 15,000 Recom 

U. S. Dist. Ct. Ramirez, Leal & Co. (v. 

#3-73-2280-SW City Demonstration Agcy) 20,000 Cont . to 8/16 

File 45-78-34 (RO 530, 531, 532, 533) 

ACTION: Recommendatiou as indicated ; ordinance prep in and reptd 
out of Cmte . 
Ramirez separated and continued to 8/16 (see 45-78-34.1) 



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CALENDAR 

Special Meeting 
of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Boctrd of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Monday, August 7, 1978, 1:30 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supvs . Kopp, Dol s -ea , Hutch 
Absent: Supervisor DoLson 

Clerk: A=?=He*fie££ Mary Anne Bulen, Acting CLerk 



1.' Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to 
apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal 
Justice Planning for project entitled "San Francisco Pre- 
trial Diversion Project." File 204-78-2 

ACTION: Amended to correct muLtiple clerical errors, to substitute 
word "authorized" for "directed" on line 11, page 1, to 
correspond with title; and by adding to the title "; agree- 
ing to provide matching funds" to reflect language of final 
resolved clause. 

Recommended "do pass as amended" ; to be brought up under 
Committee Reports at Boara meeting of August 7, 1978. 



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li^lTceotet ^CALENDAR A y G 1 5 1978 

MEETING OF 
"& FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board o ^Supervisors 
City and County ofjan Francisco 

Wednesday^August 16, 1978 - 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City HaLl 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Acting Committee Clerk: Mary Anne Bulen 

1. Ordinance approving amendment to lease and agreement for operation of 
concession in the San Francisco Zoological Gardens and Fleishhacker 
Playfield between the Recreation and Park Commission and the San Fran- 
cisco Zoological Society to reduce the rental percentage from 57» to 
1%. File 62-78-1. 

(Continued from 7/5/78.) 

ACTION : 



Resolution authorizing the Juvenile Court to apply for and accept 
funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project 
entitled "San Francisco Senators Group Home." File 259-78-1. 

(Continued from 7/26/78.) 

ACTION: 



3. Resolution accepting gift of the match for project entitled "San Fran- 
cisco Senators Group Home," for use by the Juvenile Court. File 38-78-16. 

(Continued from 7/26/78.) 

ACTION: 



Resolution authorizing the Juvenile Court to apply for and accept 
funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "Morrisania West Group Home." File 259-78-2. 

(Continued from 7/26/78.) 

ACTION: 



5. Request of Munger, Tolles & Rickershauser for refund of taxes levied 
against PC Service Corporation for the years 1974, 1975 and 1976. 
File 118-78-150. 

(Continued from 7/26/78.) 

(Assessor recommends denial.) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- August 16, 1978 



Review of LUTAC National Education Service Center Public Service 
Employment Project. (385) File 437-77-20. 

(Continued from 6/21/78.) 

ACTION: 



Ordinance appropriation $100,000, Hetch Hetchy Water and Power, for 
other professional services. File 101-77-295. (Cont.RO 16) 

ACTION: 



Ordinance appropriating $98,427,000, San Francisco Airport, Bond 
Fund, for various capital improvement bond appropriations. File 
101-78-5. (Cont.RO 391) 

ACTION: 



9. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by amending 
Section 10.88 thereof, relating to Cash Difference and Overage 
Fund, to include employees of the office of the Clerk of the 
Superior Court. File 330-78. (Superior Court) 

ACTION: 



10. Ordinance appropriating $11,279,005, Department of Public Works, 
for Wastewater Management Operations, Facilities Maintenance and 
Bond Debt Service. File 101-78-9. (Cont.RO 27) 

ACTION: 



11. Annual Salary Ordinance for Fiscal Year 1978-79, enumerating all posi- 
tions continued or created by the Board of Supervisors in adopting the 
Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for the Fiscal Year ending 
June 30, 1979, continuing, creating or establishing these positions, 
enumerating and including therein all positions created by Charter or 
State law for which compensations are paid from City and County funds 
and appropriated in the Annual Appropriation Ordinance, authorizing 
appointments or continuation of appointments thereto, specifying and 
fixing compensations therefor. File 102-78-1.1. 

ACTION: 



12. Resolution authorizing lease with San Francisco Port Commission, as 

lessor, for space located in Pier 80 Administration Building, 501 Army 
Street, for Department of Agriculture, Weights and Measures. File 
64-78-28. (Cont.RO 18) 

ACTION: 



13. Resolution authorizing amendment to lease with Glide Foundation, as 
lessor, for space at 330 Ellis Street for Police Department's Senior 
Escort Service. File 64-78-30. (Cont.RO 24) 

ACTION: 



finance Committee Calendar -3- August 16, 1978 



14. Resolution authorizing certain new leases and extension of certain 

existing leases of real property required by the Department of Public 
Health. File 64-78-32. (Cont.RO 17) 

ACTION: 



15. Resolution authorizing the Recreation and Park Department to apply 
for and accept grant funds under the National Historic Preservation 
Act for reconstruction of the Golden Gate Park Conservatory of 
Flowers. File 147-78-3. 

ACTION: 



16. Resolution authorizing the Recreation and Park Department to file 
an application for Land and Water Conservation Program funds for 
the improvement of John McLaren Park. File 147-78-4. 

ACTION: 



17. Resolution authorizing the Recreation and Park Department to apply 

for and accept grant funds under the Roberti-Z-Berg Urban Open Space 
and Recreation Program for developing facilities for urban recrea- 
tional needs. File 147-78-5. 

ACTION: 



18. Resolution authorizing Attorney for Tax Collector to institute legal 
proceedings for recovery of value of services rendered at San Fran- 
cisco General Hospital and Laguna Honda Hospital. File 30-78-1. 

ACTION: 



19. Resolution authorizing issuance of $3,000,000 principal amount of 
City and County 1978 Residential Rehabilitation Revenue Bonds. 
File 229-78-3. (Public Works) 

ACTION: 



20. Request of Municipal Court for reimbursement of $199 from Cash 
Difference Fund to eliminate deficit. File 332-78. 

ACTION: 



21. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds from Department of Labor for on-the-job training 
for veterans. File 68-78-27. 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee Calendar -4- August 16, 1978 



22. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to submit a proposal to the Depart- 
ment of Labor for a dental assistant training program, and authorizing 
the Mayor to expend funds for such program. File 68-78-25. 

ACTION: 



23. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Ramirez, Leal & 
Company against the City and County (City Demonstration Agency) by 
payment of $20,000. File 45-78-34.1. (Cont.RO 533) 

(Continued from 8/2/78.) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee 

Board of Supervisors 

Room 235, City Hall 

San Francisco, California 94102 






CALENDAR 

Special Meeting of 
" FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



City Librarian 
Public Library 
Civic Center 



AUG 2 A 1978 



OOCUr. £NTS DEPT. 
•_:0 L.BRARY 



Monday, August 21, 1978 - 1:45 p.m. 
Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 



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Room -255, City Hall 



Committee Clerk: Alice Hewlett 



1. Resolution designating the Mayor's Criminal Justice Council 
as the County Justice System Advisory Group for the City and 
County of San Francisco, and authorizing the Mayor of the 
City and County of San Francisco to apply for and accept 
funds from the Department of Youth Authority of the State of 
California, as provided for in Assembly Bill 90 as amended by 
Assembly Bill 2091, and providing for limitation upon the uses 
of said funds. File 68-78-28. (Supervisor White) 



ACTION: 



Recommended; to Board 8/21 as Committee Report. 



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L2 3-7* CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
JOINT JINAKCE/COMMUNITY services committee 

- 

Board of. Supervisors 
City end County of Sar; Francisco 

Wednesday, August 22, 1978 - 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hail 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolscn, Hutch, Milk, Molinari, Silver 

Conmittee Clerk: Alice. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code, Article I, 
Chapter 20, Article VII, by deleting Section 20.57.7, by amend- 
ing Sections 20.57, 20.57.3, 20.57.6, 20.58.2, 20.59, and adding 
Section 20.56.12 thereto, relating to the administration of 
General Assistance for indigent and dependent poor of the City 
and County of San Francisco and adopting standards of such aid. 
File 189-78-1. (Supervisor Feinstein) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION, AS AMENDED 
(see file for amendments) 



2. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code, Article I, 
Chapter 20, Article VII, by deleting Sections 20.57.1 and 20.57.2, 
by amending Sections 20.57 and 20.59.4, and by renumbering Sec- 
tions 20.57.3 and 20.57.1, relating to the administration of 
General Assistance for indigent and dependent poor of the City 
and County of San Francisco and adopting standards of such aid. 
File 189-78. 

(Note: If ordinance in File 189-78-1, Item No. 1 above, 
is recommended, then consideration should be given to 
ordering this matter tabled.) 

ACTION: TABLED 



CALENDAR ■*— lUfcy T.TVi*7mE5»»- 

4k,' ' Fob lie Library 

MEETING OF Civic Crrxf^T 

FINANCE COMMITTEE L1V; " C ^CXir.CT 

r , . DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 23, 1978 - 2:30 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Committee Clerk: Alice Hewlett 

1. Ordinance appropriating $500,000, Fire Department, for reconstruc- 
tion of Engine Company No. 4. File 101-77-91. (RO 182) 

(Continued from 6/21/78.) 

(Calendared for purposes of tabling action.) 

ACTION : TABLED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $72,000, Recreation and Park Department, 
for reconstruction of Sharon Building. File 101-77-239. (RO 439) 

(Continued from 6/21/78.) 

(Calendared for purposes of tabling action.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $70,000) 

3. Resolution authorizing the Department of Social Services to apply 
for and accept from the California State Department of Social 
Services the sum of $125,538 for conduct of a demonstration project 
relating to AFDC field investigations. File 243-78-2. 

(Continued from 7/26/78.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/30/78 



4. Ordinance approving amendment to lease and agreement for operation 

of concession in the San Francisco Zoological Gardens and Fleishhacker 
Playfield between the Recreation and Park Commission and the San Fran- 
cisco Zoological Society to reduce the rental percentage from 5% to 
1%. File 62-78-1. 

(Continued from 8/16/78.) 

ACT I ON : REC OMMENDED 



Ordinance appropriating $201,523, Department of Social Services, 
for the San Francisco Aid Retarded Citizens, effective July 1, 1978. 
File 101-78-10. (RO 28) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



6. Ordinance appropriating $593,002, Department of Social Services, 
for Recreation Center for the Handicapped, Social Rehabilitation 
Program for Adults; rescinding $148,251 from the Handicapped 
Program, Recreation and Park, effective July 1, 1978. File 
101-78-11. (RO 29) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED 



7. Ordinance amending Article 9, Part III, San Francisco Municipal 
Code by amending Section 615 thereof, providing that moneys 
collected in Parking Tax Fund shall be used in part for senior 
citizens' programs. File 296-78-1. (Supervisor Gonzales) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED; to Board 9/5/78 



Ordinance amending Part II, Chapter 1, Municipal Code (Building 
Code) by amending Sections 203. P, 204. I. A, 301. B, 303. A, 303. A. 1, 
303. A. 2, 303. B, 303.1, 305.1, 309.1, 310.1, 311.1, 311. l.C, 
313. l.C, 314.1.1, 315. l.G, 316.1, 318.1, 318.2, 320. l.B, 320. l.C 
and 321. l.B; repealing Sections 303. A. 4 relating to fee schedules 
and setting effective date. File 340-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/13/78 



Ordinance amending Part II, Chapter VII, Municipal Code (Plumbing 
Code) by amending Sections C7.1, D5.12, D8.4 and D8.5; repealing 
Section C7.2, relating to fee schedules and setting effective date. 
File 341-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/13/78 



10. Ordinance amending Part II, Chapter III, Municipal Code (Electrical 
Code) by amending Sections 28.1, 29, 65.8, 79 and 600.3; repealing 
Section 28.2, relating to fee schedules and setting effective date. 
File 342-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/13/78 



11. Ordinance amending Part II, Chapter XII, Municipal Code (Housing 

Code) by amending Sections 351.5 and 351.6 relating to fee schedules 
and setting effective date. File 343-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/13/78 



12. Ordinance amending Part III, Article 2, Municipal Code (Apartment 
House and Hotel License Fee) by amending Sections 86 and 160; re- 
pealing Sections 86.1 and 160.1, relating to fee schedules and 
setting effective date. File 344-78. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/13/78 



13. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position of 4122 
Managing Director, War Memorial. File 31-78-21. (RO 42) (Super- 
visor Pelosi) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



14. Resolution accepting gift of a Morgan horse from Mr. William Haecherl 
to be used by the Police Mounted Unit for regular patrol duties. 
File 38-78-20. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



15. Request for further consideration of lease with Mary Emma Stebbins 
and James Flood, as trustee, for space at 870 Market Street, Room 
984, for offices of Delinquency Prevention Commission. File 
64-78-26.1. 

(Continued from 7/26/78.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/30/78 



16. Resolution authorizing lease with Phelan Company, as lessor, for 
space at 1095 Market Street for offices of the Commission on the 
Aging. File 64-78-31. (RO 6) 



ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/30/78 



17. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds from the Department of Labor for a solar energy training 
program. File 68-78-26. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



18. Resolution approving five year plan of improvements at the Hall 
of Flowers, Golden Gate Park, 1979-1983. File 346-78. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



19. Hearing to consider request of Philip Diller for Relief from 

Property Tax Penalty levied against Marg and Philip Diller for 
property at 2385 - 20th Avenue, for tax year 1977-78, in the 
amount of $844.68. File 118-78-195. 

(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 



20. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Robert R. Mason 
against the City and County by payment of $3,000. File 45-78-35. 
(RO 536) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



21. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 45-78-36. (ROs 539,540,541,542 
and 543) 

(Fred Butler SC 649-724 $ 750.00 

Jacquelynn I. Diamond SC 704-610 1,750.00 
Barbara Forrey for William T. 

Moore, deceased SC 731-387 2,619.51 

Joseph A. Greuter SC 695-495 5,000.00 

Louise Tanner SC 710-176 1,000.00) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ord. prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 



Finance Committee Calendar 



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August 23, 1978 



22. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Flossie P. Lemons by accepting the sum of $2,250 
and authorizing dismissal of litigation. File 46-78-4. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



23. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-78-12. (ROs 537, 538) 



(Barbara Davis 
Sorg Printing Co. 



$ 1,750.00 
1,412.45) 



ACTION: 



TABLE - Davis 

RECOMMEND - Sorg Printing Co. (48-78-12.1) 



f ., , ^ Public Library 

C A / 7 r Civic Center 

<s§ CALENDAR Cb^OCS 

("- . ■/ / • Meeting of 

• JOINT F TRANCE/URBAN AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS 
•< COMMITTEE 

Board o^Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^August 30, 1978, 1:45 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch, Lau, Milk, Silver 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



Hearing to consider request of Board of Education for the 
City to provide some assistance for the fiscal problems 
facing the School District as a result of implementation 
of Proposition 13. File 100-78-22 (Supv. Feinstein) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



SEP r o 1378 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 






CALENDAR 



Meeting 

-s^' FINANCE C O MMITT EE 

JJ INTt 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^August 30, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

CONSENT CALENDAR 

All matters listed hereunder constitute a Consent Calendar, are 

considered to be routine by the Finance Committee, and will 

be acted upon by a single roll call vote of the Committee. There 

will be no separate discussion of these items unless a citizen 

or member of the Committee so requests, in which event the matter 

shall be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered as a 

separate item. 

(NOTE: It is the intention of the Committee to Table these items) 

1. (a) Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Control- 

ler's EDP, reflecting establishment of one new classification 
and allocation of one position. File 102-77-53 (CSC 55) 

(b) Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Port, 
reflecting abolishment of one classification and establish- 
ment of one new classification. File 102-77-57 (CSC 59) 

(Replaced by File 102-78-10) 

(c) Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Civil 
Service, Personnel, reflecting establishment of new classi- 
fication and reallocation of one vacant position. File 
102-77-63 (CSC 65) (Replaced by File 102-78-6) 

(d) Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 
Works, reflecting reclassification of four positions. File 
102-77-81 (CSC 83) 

ACTION: TABLED 

REGULAR CALENDAR 

2. Resolution authorizing the Department of Social Services to apply 
for and accept from the California State Department of Social 
Services the sum of $125,538 for conduct of a demonstration project 
relating to AFDC field investigations. File 243-78-2 

(Continued from 8/23/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Requesting further consideration of lease with Mary Emma Stebbins 
and James Flood, as trustee, for space at 870 Market Street, Room 
984, for offices of Delinquencv Prevention Commission. File 
64-78-26.1 

(Continued from 8/23/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/6/78 



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Resolution authorizing lease with Phelan Company, as lessor, for 
space at 1095 Market Street for offices of the Commission on the 
Aging. File 64-78-31 (RO 6) 

(Continued from 8/23/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
1.19-1 thereto relating to distribution of tax proceeds which 
are received under the Jarvis-Gann Initiative Property Tax Rate 
Levy formula. File 74-78-1 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMM; ord. prep in and reptd out of Cmte , 



Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance 1978-79; 
giving effect to revenue changes pursuant to Charter Section 
6.208; rescinding appropriations for County Share, Medi-Cal, and 
for County Share, State Supplementary Program, as a prerequisite 
to levy a tax pursuant to Charter Section 6.208. File 101-78-19 



ACTION: 



(Same as #5) 



Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes for City and County 
purposes for fiscal year ending June 30, 1979. File 74-78-2 



ACTION: 



(Same as #5) 



Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes for San Francisco 
Unified School District purposes for the year ending June 30, 1979. 
File 74-78-3 



ACTION: 



(Same as #5) 



9. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes for San Francisco 

Community Collect District purposes for the year ending June 30, 1979. 
File 74-78-4 



ACTION: 



(Same as #51 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- August 30, 1978 



10. Ordinance appropriating $43,357, Department of Public Health, Jail 
Medical Services, for permanent salaries; rescinding $43,357 for 
permanent salaries and related mandatory Cringe benefits, for re- 
classification of one position. File 101-7S-12. (RO 35) 

ACTION: CONTINUED to 9/6/78 



11. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1978-79, Department 

of Public Health, Central Office, Jail Medical Program, reflecting 
the allocation of one vacant position; a companion measure to the 
preceding item. File 102-78-15. (CSC 13) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/6/78 



12. Ordinance appropriating $27,598, Juvenile Court, Probation Office, 
for permanent salaries; rescinding $27,598 from permanent salaries 
and mandatory fringe benefits, for reclassification of three posi- 
tions. File 101-78-13. (RO 30) 



ACTION- RECOMMENDED; to Board 9/18/78 



13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1978-79, Juvenile Court 
Probation Office, reflecting reclassifications of three positions; 
a companion measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-13. (CSC 16) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 9/18/78 



14. Ordinance appropriating $3,530,311, Municipal Railway, for permanent 
salaries, platform employees, and mandatory fringe benefits, to 
continue the wage rate and fringe benefits, including the trust fund, 
that were being paid to platform employees , pursuant to provisions 
of Section 6.306 of the Charter. File 101-78-14. (RO 40) 

(Note: This item is the subject of previous budgetary denial.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



15. Ordinance amending Section 9A.7, Administrative Code, increasing 
fees at the Farmers' Market. File 356-78. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



16.. Ordinance adding Section 10.170-3 to Administrative Code, providing 

limitations upon expenditure of grant funds. File 362-78. (Supervisor 
Pelosi) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, City Attorney, 
reflecting abolishment of one full-time position, and creation of 
two part-time positions. File 102-77-85 (CSC 87) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



Finance Commit. Ice Calendar 



August 30, 19 78 



18. Resolution extending Lime to October 23, 1978 for award of 

contract by Department of Public Works for Ocean Avenue crosswalk 
reconstruction at various locations. File 61-78-2. 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



19. Resolution authorizing lease with Joan Hoctor, as lessor, for space 
located at 1433 Taraval Street, for Department of Public Health's 
District V Health Center. File 64-78-33. (R0 32) 



ACTION : 



RECOMMENDED 



20. Resolution authorizing Mayor to accept and expend additional funds 

from U.S. Department of Commerce and State of California for economic 
development purposes. File 68-78-31. (Supervisor Feinstein) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



21. Resolution authorizing payments to Pacific Psychotherapy Associates 
for services rendered. File 94-78-73.1. (Supervisor Hutch) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



22. Resolution authorizing the Recreation and Park Department to file an 
application for Federal Land and Water Conservation Funds for improve- 
ments to Balboa Park and Silver Terrace Playground. File 147-78-6. 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



23. Resolution opposing any increase in Municipal Railway fares. 
File 316-78. (Supervisor Silver) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/27/78 



24. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for, accept and 
expend $4,000 grant from the Zellerbach Family Fund for the 1978 
Annual Art Festival. File 355-78-1. 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



25. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 2971 
Director, Social Service Programs, Department of Social Services. 
File 31-78-20 (RO 33) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/6/78 



26. Resolution amending Addendum No. 2 to the. 1978 Community Development 
Program, authorizing use of funds for Neigh borhood Commercial Dis- 
trict Improvement. File 79-78-7 

($13,000 -Ocean Avenue Commercial District crosswalks) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee 



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27, 



Hearings to consider various requests 
Property Tax Penalty, as follows: 



August 30, 1978 
for Relief from Delinquent 



CLAIMANT 


AMOUNT 


FILE NO. 


Douglas Hall and $ 
Elye Pitts 


52.47 


118-78-137 


Joyce S. Wong 


51.52 


118-78-138 


Lauren Zevas and 
Albert Drocco 


28.27 


118-78-139 


Mak Wan and Yuet Ching 


50.91 


118-78-140 WAIVE 


Robert C. Thomas 


32.22 


118-78-144 


Robert Simms 


65.82 


118-78-145 


Stanley A. Goldberg 


49.33 


• 118-78-146 


Richard L. Fletcher 


21.51 


118-78-148 


Guillermo Aviles 


27.48 


118-78-147 WAIVE 


David Tsao 


59.59 


118-78-149 


Gary W. Boundy 


20.90 


118-78-151 


Linda and Richard 
Larsen 


20.72 


118-78-152 WAIVE 


Beverly S. Dorsey-Hayon 


43.45 


118-78-154 


Efrain Febo and 
Florence Gutierrez 


27.57 


118-78-157 


Kyong-do Park 


40.99 


118-78-159 


Jim L. Stacy 


51.34 


118-78-160 


Brian Williams and 
Paul Karlstrom 


49.06 


118-78-161 


Victor and Helen Sue 


36.95 


118-78-165 


Richard and Susan 
McGuire 


32.92 


118-78-167 


Cruz and Dalia 
Gutierrez 


42.46 


118-78-169 


Jack K. Yan 


27.92 


118-78-171 


Joseph D. Tooker, III 


69.62 


118-78-173 


Albert H. Chinn 


36.60 


. 118-78-174 


William E. Haskins 


97.13 


118-78-163 


James T. Chappell 


51.70 


118-78-176 


Ching Y. Hsieh 


26.16 


118-78-177 


Zenaida. Y. Gopez 


20.90 


118-78-179 


Song K. Yi 


43.01 


118-78-180 
(continued) 



Finance Committee 



August 30, 1978 



(Continued from previous page) 



28, 



FILE NO. 
118-78-181 
118-78-182 
118-78-185 

118-78-188 
118-78-189 
118-78-190 
118-78-191 
118-78-192 
118-78-196 
(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL (with exception of *) Res prep in and 
reptd out of Cmte. 

Resolution rescinding denial of Claim for Relief from Delinquent 
Property Tax Penalty on property of Congregation Ner Tamid, and 
approving said claim. File 118-78-108.1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/6/78 



CLAIMANT 


AMOUNT 


Robert L. Sogge ! 


? 37.48 


T. Kevin O'Brien 


114.96 


John M. Ross f eld 


24.23 


Robert Silsby and 
Clyde Williams 


48.80 


Robert and Alicia Snow 


36.78 


Yesso J. Tekerian 


23.79 


Anthony M. Whitlock 


29.67 


John Kaufman 


194.73 


Robert L. Gothie 


44.76 



29. Requesting review of Public Service Employment project entitled 
"Theatre of Man (746)". File 320-78-1 

ACTION: APPROVED 

30. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Martymore 
Sanderson against the City and County by payment of $18,000. 
File 45-78-37 (RO 31) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/6/78 

31. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Nelda C. Fletcher upon receipt of the sum of 
$4,833.33, and authorizing dismissal of litigation. File 46-78-5 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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Public Library 



Meeting Civic Center 

FINANCE COMMITTEE — T"^ ^~S 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ^-September 6, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch (Supv. Hutch absent) 

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Clerk: A. Hewle tt 

DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

1. Requesting further consideration of lease with Mary Emma Stebbins 
and James Flood, as trustee, for space at 870 Market Street, 
Room 984, for offices of Delinquency Prevention Commission. 

File 64-78-26.1 

(Continued from 8/30/78) 
ACTION: HEARING HELD; FILED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $43,357, Department of Public Health, 
Jail Medical Services, for permanent salaries; rescinding $43,357 
for permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits, for reclas- 
sification of one position. File 101-78-12 (RO 35) 

(Continued from 8/30/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 9/18 

3. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Department 
of Public Health, Central Office, Jail Medical Program, reflecting 
allocation of one position; a companion measure to preceding item. 
File 102-78-15 (CSC 13) 

(Continued from 8/30/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 9/18 

4. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 2971, 
Director, Social Service Programs, Department of Social Services. 
File 31-78-20 (RO 33) 

(Continued from 8/30/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

5. Resolution rescinding denial of Claim for Relief from Delinquent 
Property Tax Penalty on property of Congregation Ner Tamid, and 
approving said claim. File 118-78-108.1 

(Continued from 8/30/78) 

ACTION: WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 



Finance Committee 



September 6, 1978 



Ordinance appropriating $52,707.70, Public Works, Bureau of 
Engineering, Bond Fund, for Command and Control Systems Improve- 
ments, Construction; rescinding $52,707.70 from Low Pressure 
Water Supply Improvements. File 101-78-15 (RO 39) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



7. Ordinance appropriating $39,019.38, Police Department, 

to secure services of Deputy City Attorney to work exclusively 
on Officers for Justice, et al, case; rescinding $39,019.38 
from permanent salaries, uniformed force, and related mandatory 
fringe benefits, File 101-78-16 (RO 41) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/13/78 

8. Ordinance appropriating $61,423, Department of Finance and 
Records, Clerk of the Superior Court and County Clerk, for 
permanent salaries "and related mandatory fringe benefits for 
reclassification of six positions; rescinding $61,423 from 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits. 
File 101-78-17 (RO 34) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 9/18 

9. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Finance 
and Records, County Clerk, reflecting reclassification of six 
positions; a companion measure to the preceding item. File 
102-78-16 (CSC 14) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 9/18 

10. Ordinance appropriating $172,082.28, Sheriff's Department, for 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits to 
reduce required salary savings. File 101-78-18 (RO 43) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
10.117-17, creating a special fund for the receipt and disburse- 
ment of Medi-Cal funds received from the State of California. 
File 360-78 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



12. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Purchaser, 
reflecting retitling of two classifications. File 102-78-14 (CSC 12) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 9/18 

13. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Chapter 38 
thereto, providing for budget justification data; providing for 

ecpiration date for ordinances, certain Boards, Commission and 
Departments; providing for review of Charter created Boards, 
Commissions and Departments; and providing for public hearings. 
File 251-78-2 (Supvs . Silver, Milk) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/4/78 

14. Resolution waiving Statute of Limitations as to payment of warrant 
in the amount of $246.46 payable to Rachel M. Burd . File 
23-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution waiving Statute of Limitations as to payment of warrants 
totalling $6,287.66 payable to Alfred R. Green. File 23-78-4. 

APTinM. CONTINUED TO 9/13 



Finance Committee -3- September 6, 1978 



16. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
1408, Principal Clerk, Marina Yacht Harbor. File 31-78-17 (R0 19) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
7120, Buildings and Grounds Superintendent, Public Works. File 
31-78-18 (RO 22) (Replaces Vincent J. McGarry) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
.7120, Buildings and Grounds Superintendant , Public Works. File 

31-78-22. (RO 56) (Replaces William Cody) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
3294, Recreation Superintendent, Recreation and Park Department. 
File 31-78-19 (RO 23) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution accepting gift of $500 from Bechtel Corporation for use 
by the San Francisco Fire Department for Cantonese and Spanish 
decals for street fire alarm boxes. File 38-78-21 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
funds from the State of California to pay supportive service 
costs to youths in training programs. File 68-78-29 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to accept and expend Federal funds 
from State of California to pay allowances to trainees in State- 
funded CETA programs. File 68-78-30 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



23. Resolution approving Addendum No. 13 and 14, 1976 Community 

Development Program, and Addendum No. 13, 1977 Community Develop- 
ment Program, authorizing certain project activities to be under- 
taken as part of the Neighborhood Bicentennial Awards Program. 
File 79-77-22 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



24. Resolution authorizing the Pubilic Utilities Commission to file 
application with the Department of Transportation for amendment 

of capital grant project (System Improvement Program) funded under 
the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as amended. File 
162-78-8 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

25. Resolution authorizing the Public Utilities Commission to file 
application with Department of Transportation for amendment of 
capital grant project (Transit Improvement Program) funded 
under the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as amended. 
File 162-78-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -4- September 6, 1978 



26. Requesting Relief from Delinquent Property Tax Penalty levied 
against David F. Stockman and Frederick J. Pikielek in the 
amount of $51.91. File 118-78-198 

(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL; c/w 118-78-199 

27. Requesting Relief from Delinquent Property Tax Penalty levied 
against YMCA of San Francisco in the amount of $137.42. File 
118-78-199 

(Tax Collector recommends waiver.) 

ACTION- RECOMMEND DENIAL (incl 118-78-198) res prep in and reptd 

out of Cmte 

28. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-38 (RO 37, 38, 
44) 

Superior 

Ct. No. Plaintiff Settlement 

681 327 Thomas Wilder Callinan $ 3,500 

696 564 Edward L. Frye 5,500 

708 812 Wyman W. Weathersby 1,000 

ACTION: RECOMMEND; ord prep in and reptd out of Cmte 

29. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Perry Clark 
against the City and County by payment of $500, and dismissal 

of cross -complaint upon receipt ot $3,000. File 45-78-41 (RO 36) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-73-13 (RO 48, 49, 50, 51) 

Plaintiff Settlement 

Leon C. Brenner. $ 775.41 

John James Dorsey 2,200.00 

Diane M. Kolb 950.00 

Gary B. Stockton 2,000.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte 

31. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Martymore 
Sanderson against the City and County by payment of $18,000. 
File 45-78-37 (R0 31) 

(Continued from 8/30/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



32. Ordinance appropriating $58,082, Social Services, Potrero Hill 
Neighborhood House, Social Development and Education Center, 
effective July 1, 1978. File 101-78-22 (RO 54) 

ACTION: ^ML^ 



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FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of- Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



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Wednesday, September 13, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 
Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance appropriating $39,019.38, Police Department, to secure 
services of Deputy City Attorney to work exclusively on Officers 
for Justice, et al. , case; rescinding $39,019.38 from permanent 
salaries, uniformed force, and related mandatory fringe benefits. 
File 101-78-16 (RO 41) 

(Continued from 9/6/78) 

ACTION: TABLED 

2. Resolution waiving Statute of Limitations as to payment of warrants 
totalling $6,287.66 payable to Alfred R. Green. File 23-78-4 

(Continued from 9/6/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $230,698, Superior Court, permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, auto mileage, 
travel expenses, equipment and facilities maintenance, pursuant 
to provisions of Charter Section 6.306; rescinding $230,698, 
various budget accounts. File 101-7-7— 296 (RO 53) 

& 101-78-34 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $19,401, District Attorney, Family Support 
Bureau, permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits; 
rescinding $19,401, permanent salaries and contractual services, 
for reclassification of two positions. File 101-78-20 (RO 46) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, District 
Attorney, Family Support Bureau, reflecting reclassification of two 
positions; companion measure to 101-78-20. File 102-78-18 (CSC 17) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $400,000, Police Department, for extended 
work week program; rescinding $400,000, permanent salaries, 
uniformed force. File 101-78-24 (RO 59) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/20/78 

7. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to accept and 
expend State Highway funds to be used in lieu of local matching 
funds for Federal-aid highway projects. File 103-78-6 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution authorizing the Assessor to execute contract with State 
Board of Equalization for auditing services. File 371-78 (RO 55) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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9. Resolution approving contract with SPCA, and authorizing and 
directing Chief Administrative Officer to proceed with execu- 
tion of said contract. File 59-78-3 

ACTION: CONTINUED T.O 9/20/78 

10. Resolution approving issuance by Redevelopment Agency of resi- 
dential construction mortgage revenue bonds, 1978 Series A, in 
principal amount not to exceed $4,500,000. File 373-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution authorizing lease of real property in freeway circle 
at 13th Street and South Van Ness Avenue for use by Department 

of Social Services for off-street parking. File 64-78-34 (RO 58) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

12. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for 1978 Community 
Development Program by adding Addendum No. 6, setting forth 
special purpose and proposed expenditures from Community Develop- 
ment Block Grant to carry out neighborhood-initiated improvement 
program. File 79-78-8 

ACTION-. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED ( f^ S^S^WiiwSSSj 

13. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds for employability training programs. File 68-785-32 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/20/78 

14. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-39 (RO 61, 63, 64) 

Superior Ct . No . Plaintiff Settlement 

687 618 Nieves and Francis Alvers $ 2,925 
686 208 Nancy Czeswick 500 

U. S. Dist. Ct. David Gregory and 

#C 77-0542 WS Nancy Foster 875 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ord prep in and reptd out of Crate. 

15. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Edward J. 
Stephenson, a minor, against the City and County by payment 
of $25,000. File 45-78-40 (RO 62) (Sup. Ct . No. 634 097) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/20/78 



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Clerk: A. Hewlett 



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1. Resolution concurring with Controller's certification that 
janitorial building maintenance services can be practically 
performed at the Department of Social Services by private 
contractor for lower cost than similar work services performed 
by City and County employees. File 388-78-1 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/4/78 

2< Resolution concurring with ControlLer's certification that 
janitorial building maintenance services can be practically 
performed at the California Academy of Sciences by private 
contractor for lower cost than similar work services performed 
by City and County employees. File 388-78-2 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (Supv. Hutch dissenting) 

3, Ordinance appropriating $2,246,750, Public Works, Wastewater 
Management, of Federal, State and local funds for additional 
facilities planning costs for Southwest Water Pollution Control 
Plant, Grant No. C-05-1289-012 . File 101-78-29 (RO 71) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



(Supv. Dolson dissenting) 



Resolution authorizing lease with Phelan Company, as Lessor, 
for space at 1095 Market Street, for offices of the Commission 
on the Aging. File 64-78-31 (RO 6) 

(9/11/78 Rereferred to Committee) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (lease to be on month-to-month basis) 

Resolution approving contract with SPCA, and authorizing and 
directing Chief Administrative Officer to proceed with execution 
of said contract. File 59-78-3 

(Continued from 9/13/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance appropriating $400,000, Police Department, for extended 
work week program; rescinding $400,000, permanent salaries, 
uniformed force. File 101-78-24 (RO 59) 

(Continued from 9/13/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/4/78 (Supv. Kopp dissenting) 



Finance Committee -2- September 20, 1978 



7. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Sections 203. P, 
204. I. A, 301. B, 303. A, 303. A. 1, 303. A. 2, 303. B. 303.1. 305.1; 
309.1; 310.1; 311.1; 311.1.C; 313. l.C; 314.1.1; 315. l.G; 316.1; 
318.1; 318.2; 320. l.B; 320. l.C and 321. l.B; repealing Sections 
303. A. 4 relating to fee schedules and setting effective date. 
File 340-78 

(Continued from 8/23/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending the Plumbing Code by amending Sections C7.1; 
D5.12; D8.4 and D8.5; repealing Section C7.2, relating to fee 
schedules and setting effective date. File 341-78 

(Continued from 8/23/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance amending the Electrical Code by amending Sections 28.1; 
29; 65.8; 79 and 600.3; repealing Section 28.2, relating to fee 
schedules and setting effective date. File 342-78 

(Continued from 8/23/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance amending the Housing Code by amending Sections 351.5 and 
351.6, relating to fee schedules and setting effective date. File 
343-78 

(Continued from 8/23/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance amending the Municipal Code, Part III (Apartment House 
and Hotel License Fee) by amending Sections 86 and 160; repealing 
Sections 86.1 and 160; repealing Sections 86.1 and 160.1, relating 
to fee schedules and setting effective date. File 344-78 

(Continued from 8/23/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (change operative date to 1/1/79) 

12. Ordinance appropriating $309,899, Public Works, Bureau of Building 
Inspection, for permanent salaries to partially restore cuts 

post Proposition 13 budget for fiscal year 1978-79. File 
101-78-27 (RO 69) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 10.170-3 
thereto, providing limitations upon expenditure of grant funds. 

File 362-78 

(9/5/78 - Rereferred to Committee) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -3- September 20, 1978 



14. Ordinance appropriating $41,603, Clerk of the Superior Court, 
Department of Finance and Records, for permanent salaries; 
rescinding $41,603 from permanent salaries and related mandatory 
fringe benefits for reclassification of three positions. File 
101-78-21 (RO 68) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED 

15. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, County 
Clerk, reflecting establishment of new classification and classi- 
fication of newly budgeted positions; a companion measure to the 
preceding item. File 102-78-20 (CSC 20) 

ACTION RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance appropriating $46,689, Commission on the Aging, for con- 
tract services, Mt . Zion Hospital; rescinding $13,284 from contract 
services reserve. File 101-78-25 (RO 66) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance appropriating $4,750,000, Department of Public Works, 
Bureau of Engineering, Bond Fund, for high pressure water supply 
system, improvements and extension and cisterns. File 101-78-26 
(RO 67) 

ACTION RECOMMENDED 

18. Ordinance appropriating $9,411, Water Department, for temporary 
salaries and equipment for reorganization of Land Engineering 
Section. File 101-78-28 (RO 70) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Purchaser, 
Reproduction Bureau, reflecting reallocation of one position. 
File 102-78-21 (CSC 25) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



20. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code, Chapter 32, Rehabili- 
tation Loan Program, by adding Section 32.91-1 providing for_ 
Finder's Fee to persons eligible for certain replacement housing. 
File 378-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.117-4 thereof, relating to creation of and changing the 
authorizing official of the Water Quality Improvements Trust 
Fund. File 380-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (Supv. Dolson dissenting) 

22. Ordinance authorizing Director of Property to extend lease of 
property at northwest corner of Polk and McAllister streets on 
a month-to-month basis. File 123-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -4- September 20, 1978 



23. Resolution approving lease of space at San Francisco International 
Airport to the United States for runways OIL and 10R Runway End and 
Identification Lighting System. File 27-78-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Resolution authorizing lease with Robert K. Jensen and Bert R. 
Mayta, as Lessors, for space at 4301 - 3rd Street for Department 
of Public Health, CMHS, Southeast Center. File 64-78-35 (RO 65) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

25. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to 
apply for and accept funds from the California Youth Authority for 
the 'County Justice System Subvention Program." File 68-78-33 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/4/78 

26. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to 
apply for and accept funds from the Intergovernmental Personnel 
Act Advisory Council, and services provided by various law 
enforcement agencies, for a project entitled A Management 
Training Program for San Francisco Justice System Departments." 
File 68-78-34 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/4/78 

27. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds from 
the Department of Justice, LEAA, for a project entitled "Jail Over- 
crowding and Pre-Trial Detainee Program." File 68-78-35 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (delie $900. for travel expenses 

trm budget) 

28. Resolution amending Addendum No. 4 to the 1977 Community Develop- 
ment Program reducing the original transfer of $283,302 to the 
FACE Program, and returning $26,000 to the Rehabilitation Assist- 
ance Program. File 79-77-23 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Resolution authorizing amendments to the 1975, 1977 and 1978 Com- 
munity Development Program expenditure schedules, to adjust allo- 
cations for activities contained in program for removal of 
architectural barriers. File 79-78-9 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for installing automatic gate arms at 
Southern Pacific Railroad Grade Crossing No. E-1.47-C located at 
3rd and 16th Streets. File 103-78-7 

ACTION CONTINUED TO 10/4/78 

31. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds under the Safer Off-System Roads Program 
for upgrading street name signs. File 103-78-8 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

32. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds for employability training programs. File 68-78-32 

(Continued from 9/13/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 



Finance Committee -5- September 20, 1978 



33. Resolution authorizing execution of all documents required in 
connection with Federal and/or State grants for sewerage and/or 
sewage treatment; rescinding Resolution No. 318-71. File 
130-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

34. Resolution authorizing the Chief Administrative Officer to execute 
contract with California Highway Patrol for participation in 
Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Program. File 377-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

35. Requesting release of reserve funds for organization of project 
team for Phase 3 of Financial Information and Resources Management 
(FIRM) Project. File 100-78-23 

ACTION: Hearing held; Controller to release $422,523 for FIRM Proj 

36. Requesting Relief from Delinquent Property Tax Penalty, as follows: 

Harry H. Andrews, Block 298, Lot 8, $266.25 File 118-78-200 
Kevin M. Sheehy, Block 6078, Lot 23, $26.07 File 118-78-201 
(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 
ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte . 

37. Requesting further consideration of project listed in Addendum 
No. 6) of the 1978 Community Development Program and entitled 
"Community Gardens" (Crossroads Community) at 1499 Potrero in 
the amount of $1,700. File 79-78-8.1 

(Continued from 9/13/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

38. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Edward J. Stephen- 
son, a minor, against the City and County by payment of $25,000. 
File 45-78-40 (RO 62) 

(Continued from 9/13/78) 

ACTION: TABLED 

39. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County, as follows: 

Sup. Ct. No. 686 608 Margy Hollins and 

Maurice Hollins $500 

Small Claims Court 

No. 343 627 Mario U. Herrera " 150 

File 45-78-42 (RO 75, 76) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ord prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 



City Librarian 
Public Library 
CALENDAR Civic Center 

Meeting 
of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ^October 4, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

1. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Chapter 38 
thereto, providing for budget justification data; providing for 
expiration date for ordinances, certain Boards, Commissions and 
Departments; providing for review of Charter created Boards, 
Commissions and Departments; providing for public hearings. 
File 251-78-2 (Supvs . Silver, Milk) 

(Continued from 9/6/78) 

ACTION: AMENDED; CONTINUED TO 10/25/78 (see file for amendments) 

2. Resolution opposing any increase in Municipal Railway fares. 
File 316-78 (Smpv. Silver) 

(Continued from 8/30/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

3. Resolution concurring with Controller's certification that jani- 
torial building maintenance services can be practically performed 
at the Department of Social Services by private contractor at lower 
cost than similar work services performed by City and County 
employees. File 388-78-1 (Supv. Kopp) 

(Continued from 9/20/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

4. Ordinance appropriating $400,000, Police Department, for extended 
work week program; rescinding $400,000, permanent salaries, 
uniformed force. File 101-78-24 (RO 59) 

(Continued from 9/20/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to 
apply for and accept funds from the California Youth Authority 
for the "County Justice System Subvention Program." File 68-78-33 

(Continued from 9/20/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

6. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to 
apply for and accept funds from the Intergovernmental Personnel 
Act Advisory Council, and services provided by various law 
enforcement agencies, for a project entitled A Management 
Training Program for San Francisco Justice System Departments." 
File 68-78-34 

(Continued from 9/20/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 



Finance Committee -2- October 4, 1978 



7. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for installing automatic gate arms at 
Southern Pacific Railroad Grade Crossing No. E-1.47-C located at 
3rd and 16th Streets. File 103-78-7 

(Continued from 9/20/78) 

ACTION- CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

8. Ordinance appropriating $2,975,557, Recreation and Park, Open Space 
Acquisition Division, and $838,175, Publicity and Advertising, for 
other professional and special services. File 101-78-31 (RO 77) 

ArTTTiN- PUBL & A ^ RECOMMENDED; REC & PARK SEVERED (101-78-31.1) 
^ iJ - u • AND CONTINUED TO 10/25/78 

9. Ordinance appropriating $48,767, Water Department, for temporary 
salaries, contractual services, other professional services and 
equipment for impro vement of Land Management Program. File 
101-78-30 (RO 72) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

10. Ordinance appropriating $15,462, Municipal Railway, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits for reclassification 
of two positions; rescinding $16,462 from permanent salaries and 
passenger and damage claims. File 101-78-32 (RO 73) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Municipal 
Railway, reflecting reclassification of two positions; a companion 
measure to preceding item. File 102-78-24 (CSC 23) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

12. Ordinance appropriating $7,850, Registrar of Voters, Department of 
Finance and Records, for permanent salaries for reclassification 
of one position; rescinding $7,850 from permanent salaries. File 
101-78-33 (RO 74) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

13. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Registrar 
of Voters, reflecting reclassification of one position; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-25 (CSC 24) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

14. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for, accept and 
expend $2,000 from the Levi Strauss Foundation for the 1978 Annual 
Art Festival. File 355-78-2 (Supv. Lau) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution placing possessory interests on the Secured Tax Roll, 
File 395-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

16. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to expend Federal funds for Public 
Service Employment. File 68-78-40.1 (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 



Finance Committee -3- October 4, 1978 



17. Resolution authorizing internal transfer of 1978 Community Develop- 
ment Block Grant funds allocated to the City Demonstration Agency 
for administrative costs to the Hunters Point Youth Park Founda- 
tion for funding of Temple Art and Cultural Program. File 79-78-10 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

18. Resolution authorizing the internal transfer of 1978 Community 
Development Block Grant funds allocated to the 1978 Public Ser- 
vices Program for administrative costs to certain public service 
projects for increased costs incurred in the implementation of 
said public service projects. File 79-78-11 

(Mission Physical Development and Mission Reading 
Clinic -DOORS Project) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

19. Resolution approving Addendum No. 7 to 1978 Community Development 
Program, authorizing the use of contingency funds to supplement 
previous allocations for rehabilitation activities at Morrisania 
West Neighborhood Center. File 79-78-12 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

20. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for, accept and 
expend Federal funds from State Library System for extension of 
San Francisco Public Library Reference Project for 1979-80. File 
205-78-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

21. Resolution concurring with Controller's certification that jani- 
torial building maintenance services can be practically performed 
at Department of Public H ealth, 101 Grove Street, by private 
contractor for lower cost than similar work services performed 
by City and County employees. File 388-78-3 



22. 



ACTION- RECOMMENDED 

WITHDRAWN FROM CALENDAR 



23. Hearing to consider directing Budget Analyst to prepare a management 
audit of Rehabilitation Assistance Program aspects of Community 
Development monies. File 293-78-3 (Supv. Milk) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

24. Requesting Relief from Delinquent Property Tax Penalty levied against 
Eric J. Huntzinger and Nick Menichetti for tax year 1977-78. 

File 118-78-202 

(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 

25. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of May Richardson against 
the City and County by payment of $900. File 48-78-14 (RO 79) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/11/78 



^ CALENDAR 

•j City Librarian 

Meeting Public Library 

~7 1 L&v*» of Civic Center 

<- FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of--Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^October 11, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch (Kopp absent) 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

CONSENT CALENDAR 

1. All matters listed hereunder constitute a Consent Calendar, are 
considered to be routine by the Finance Committee, and will be 
acted upon by a single roll-call vote of the Committee. There 
will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of 
the Committee or a member of the public so requests, in which 
event the matter shall be removed from the Consent Calendar and 
considered as a separate item: 

(a) Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept 
Federal funds from the Department of Labor for a solar 
energy training program. File 68-78-26 

(Table at request of Mayor's Office) 

(b) Resolution authorizing the Presiding Judge of the Superior 
Court of the City and County to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "Prisoner Security - City Hall." File 206-78-1 

(Table at request of Mayor's Office) 

ACTION: TABLED 

REGULAR CALENDAR 

2. Resolution concurring with Controller's certification that jani- 
torial building maintenance services can be practically performed 
at the Department of Social Services by private contractor at 
lower cost than similar work services performed by City and County 
employees. File 388-78-1 (Supv. Kopp) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

3. Ordinance appropriating $400,000, Police Department, for extended 
work week program; rescinding $400,000, permanent salaries, 
uniformed force. File 101-78-24 (RO 59) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/18/78 

4. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for installing automatic gate arms at 
Southern Pacific Railroad Grade Crossing No. E-1.47-C located at 
3rd and 16th Streets. File 103-78-7 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/18/78 (Amendment of the Whole submitted) 



Finance Committee 



October 11, 1978 



5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to 
apply for and accept funds from the Intergovernmental Personnal 
Act Advisory Council, and services provided by various law enforce- 
ment agencies, for a project entitled "A Management Training Pro- 
gram for San Francisco Justice System Departments." File 68-78-34 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $48,767, Water Department, for temporary 
salaries, contractual services, other professional services and 
equipment for improvement of Land Management Program. File 
101-78-30 (RO 72) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp. to $35,550) 

7. Ordinance appropriating $16,462, Municipal Railway, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits for reclassifica- 
tion of two positions; rescinding $16,462 from permanent salaries 
and passenger and damage claims. File 101-78-32 (RO 73) 

(Continued from 10 /4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Municipal 
Railway, reflecting reclassification of two positions; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-24 (CSC 23) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance appropriating $7,850, Registrar of Voters, Department of 
Finance and Records, for permanent salaries for reclassification 
of one position; rescinding $7,850 from permanent salaries. File 
101-78-33 (RO 74) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Registrar 
of Voters, reflecting reclassification of one position; acompanion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-25 (CSC 24) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution placing possessory interests on the Secured Tax Roll. 
File 395-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/18/78 

12. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to expend Federal funds for 
Public Service Employment. File 68-78-40.1 (Supv. Molinari) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -3- October 11, 1978 



13. Resolution authorizing internal transfer of 1978 Community Develop- 
ment Block Grant funds allocated to the City Demonstration Agency 
for administr • ve costs to the Hunters Point Youth Park Founda- 
tion for fun of Temple Art and Cultural Program. File 79-78-10 

(Continue- irom 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing the internal transfer of 1978 Community 
Development Block Grant funds allocated to the 1978 Public 
Services Program for administrative costs to certain public 
service projects for increased costs incurred in the implemen- 
tation of said public service projects. File 79-78-11 

(Mission Physical Development and Mission Reading Clinic-- 
DOORS Project) 
(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution approving Addendum No. 7 to 1978 Community Development 
Program, authorizing use of contingency funds to supplement 
previous allocations for rehabilitation activities at Morrisania 
West Neighborhood Center. File 79-78-12 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for, accept 
and expend Federal funds from State Library System for extension 
of San Francisco Public Library Reference Project for 1979-80. 
File 205-78-2 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/18/78 

17. Hearing to consider directing Budget Analyst to prepare a manage- 
ment audit of Rehabilitation Assistance Program aspects of 
Community Development monies. File 293-78-3 (Supv. Milk) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: FILED 



Finance Committee -4- October 11, 197? 



18. Ordinance appropriating $9,565,134, San Francisco International 
Airport, for various appropriations, for North Terminal, and 
Central Heating and Cooling Plant; additional debt service; and 
permanent salaries for classification of 126 new positions. 
File 101-78-37 (RO 7«) 

ACTION- CONTINUED TO 10/18/78 

19. Amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Airport, reflecting 
classification of 126 new positions; a companion measure to the 
preceding item. File 102-78-30 (CSC 37) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10 fib I 78 

20. Ordinance appropriating $16,000, Superior Court, for court security 
system. File 101-78-38 (RO 80) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Requesting extension of time to September 24, 1978 for awarding 
Department of Public Works' contract for security measures for 
Municipal Courts and Superior Courts, City Hall, Civic Center, 
San Francisco. File 61-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (extend time to 11/8/78) 

22. Ordinance appropriating $10,500, Art Commission, to support Annual 
Visual Arts Festival. File 101-78-36 (RO 82) (Supv. Lau) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (increase to $11,160) 

23. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Sections 
10.21 and 10.22 thereof, relating to allowance and settlement of 
unlitigated claims. File 393-78-2 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.20-7 thereof, relating to applications for leave to present 
late claims. File 393-78-1 (Supv.. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

25. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.20-6 thereof, relating to dispositions of claims by the Port 
Commission, Public Utilities Commission and Airports Commission. 
File 393-78-3 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/18/78 

26. Ordinance appropriating $2,500, Treasurer, for overtime; rescinding 
$2,500 from permanent salaries; an emergency measure. File 
101-78-47 (RO 104) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp. to $1,250) 

27. Ordinance appropriating $710,464, Recreation and Park, for perma- 
nent salaries, temporary salaries, overtime, holiday pay, contrac- 
tual services, materials and supplies, auto mileage, other pro- 
fessional services, equipment and taxes, golf courses; an emergency 
measure. File 101-78-48 (RO 109) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (one-half to be held in reserve acct.) 



Finance Committee -5- October 11, 1978 



28. Resolution approving issuance by Redevelopment Agency of the 
City and County of Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program notes 
in a total principal amount not to exceed $21,000,000 in the 
Western Addition Approved Redevelopment Project Area A-2. 

File 11-78-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/25/78 

29. Resolution waiving Statute of Limitations applicable to payment of 
Controller's Warrant in the amount of $23.04 payable to Jesse Abner. 
File 23-78-6 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Requesting waiver of Statute of Limitations as to payment of 
warrent in the amount of $142.32 payable to Geller & Knight, 
attorneys. File 23-78-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; resolution prep in and reptd out of Cmte . 

31. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "1978-79 Part B Planning Grant." File 68-78-37 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/18/78 

32. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "Mayor's Criminal Justice Council Evaluation Grant." 
File 68-78-39 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/13/78 

33. Resolution amending Addendum No. 4 to the 1977 Community Development 
Program, reducing the transfer of $257,302 to the FACE Program 
from the Rehabilitation Assistance Program in the amount of $129,000 
for the purpose of carrying out a rent and income survey and 
obtaining an IRS ruling on the tax exempt status of RAP bonds 

in North of Market RAP area. File 143-77-13 

ACTION: TABLED 

34. Resolution authorizing the Recreation and Park Department to apply 
for and accept funds from Title V Multipurpose Senior Center for 
improvements to Golden Gate Park Senior Citizens Center. File 
147-78-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

35. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from the National Endowment for the Arts for the Neighbor- 
hood Arts Program, in the amount of $87,000. File 355-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

36. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from the Zellerbach Family Fund for the Neighborhood Arts 
Program in the amount of $30,000. File 355-78-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

37. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from the Hewlett-Packard Foundation for the Neighborhood 
Arts Program in the amount of $30,000. File 355-78-5 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 



Finance Committee -6- October 11, 1978 



38. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from the San Francisco Foundation for the Neighborhood Arts 
Program in the amount of $30,000. File 355-78-6 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

39. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from the Lurie Foundation for the Neighborhood Arts Program 
in the amount of $20,000. File 355-78-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

40. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from the Columbia Foundation for the Neighborhood Arts 
Program in the amount of $50,000. File 355-78-8 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

41. Resolution authorizing the Director of Health Care Services to 
execute contract with Permanente Medical Group to transport emer- 
gency medical patients who are members of the Kaiser Foundation 
Health Plan to Kaiser Foundation Hospital; providing for submis- 
sion of report. File 396-78-1 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

42. Resolution authorizing the Chief of Fire Department to enter into 
contract to provide fire protection at Hunters Point Naval Ship- 
yard. File 397-78-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

43. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"Juvenile Justice/Delinquency Prevention Planning Grant." File 
68-78-38 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/18/78 

44. Requesting Relief from Delinquent Property Tax Penalty levied 
against Eric J. Huntzinger and Nick Menichetti for tax year 
1977-78. File 118-78-202 

(Tax Collector recommends denial.) 
(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 

45. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Robert Larry 
against the City and County by payment of $200. File 45-78-43 (RO 81) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

46. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
against Richard Grubbs upon receipt or $4,000 and authorizing dis- 
missal of litigation. File 46-78-6 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

47. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
against Sidney Spector upon receipt of $650, and authorizing dis- 
missal of litigation. File 46-78-7 

ACTION RECOMMENDED 

48. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of May Richardson against 
the City and County by payment of $900. File 48-78-14 (RO 79) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

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CALENDAR 

Meeting 
of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 



City Librarian 
Public Library 
_Civic Center 



Board a£-5upervisors oocum sni a oj"*^ 
City and County of San Francisco ■*« PU Ll ° 



Wednesday, October 18, 1978, 2:00 p.m. 
Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 
Clerk: A. Hewlett 



Legislative Chambers, 
2nd Floor, City Hall 



Resolution approving the 1979 Community Development Program and 
Housing Assistance Plan, Community Development and Housing Plan 
Summary, consisting of five parts, for the City and County; 
authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept the City's 1979 
Community Development Block Grant from the U. S. Department of 
Housing and Urban Development; providing for expenditure 
schedules for certain CD Program Project activities; and providing 
for execution of contracts between City and County and San 
Francisco Redevelopment Agency; certifying review and consider- 
ation of Environmental Impact Report. File 68-78-36 



(NOTE: 



ACTION: 



It is the intention of the Finance Committee to 
sever that portion of the resolution (Page 2, 
lines 2 thru 6, and lines 25 thru 29) relating 
to Addendum No. 17 to the 1975 CD Program and 
Addendum No. 15 to the 1976 CD Program) 



RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 
TO 30AHD 10/30/78 (Severed items continued to 10/25/78) 
Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"1978-79 Part B. Planning Grant." File 68-78-37 



(Continued from 10/11/78) 



ACTION: 



C0HSIBERATIQ1 CONU 



OCT 2 5 <S79 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"Juvenile Justice/Delinquency Prevention Planning Grant." File 
68-78-38 



(Continued from 10/11/78) 
ACTION: KU -^ 



. ^ Ji--..- j 



uoi 2 5 1978 



A. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"Mayor's Criminal Justice Council Evaluation Grant." File 
68-78-39 



(Continued from 10/11/78) 
ACTION: C0HSID2R1TIC2? CONTIii. — .J 



OCT 2 5 1978 



Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.117-17 thereto, creating a special fund for receipt and dis- 
bursement of Medi-Cal funds received from the State of California; 
an emergency measure. File 360-78-1 



ACTION: RECOMMtNUtO 



Finance Committee -2- . October 18, 1978 



6. Ordinance appropriating $9,565,134, San Francisco International 
Airport, for various appropriations, for North Terminal, and 
Central Heating and Cooling Plant; additional debt service; and 
permanent salaries for classification of 126 new positions. 
File 101-78-37 (RO 78) 

(Continued from 10/11/78) 
._ ^r:-;> DWAIKM HWIIMUBD TO GOT 2 5 Vo78 

7. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Airport, 
reflecting classification of 126 new positions; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-30 (CSC 37) 

(Continued from 10/11/78) 

ACTION: *W -'-*—'* '-' a -"''-~ "V- 2Z '&$ 

8. Ordinance appropriating $598, Airport, for permanent salaries for 
reclassification of one position. File 101-78-39 (RO 85) 

ACTION- COJiSUBU'rid* CONTINUED 10 OCT 2 5 1S79 

9. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Airport, 
reflecting classification of one new position. File 102-78-7 
(CSC 6) 

ACTION: y K , > -.M l i.>*yji KtfTUWSD ro OUT 2 5 1978 

10. Ordinance appropriating $60,000, Airport, for judgment and claims. 
File 101-78-43 (RO 97) 

CONSIDERATION COHTIBUED .u^T 2 5 1978 

11. Ordinance appropriating $1,250,000, Airport, for construction of 
Airport Fire Station No. 1. File 101-78-44 (RO 98) 

ACTION: ^ . a MM * i OCT 2 5 1978 

12. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.20-6 thereof, relating to dispositions of claims by the Port 
Commission, Public Utilities Commission and- Airports Commission. 
File 393-78-3 (Supv. Kopp) 

(Continued from 10/11/78) 
ACTION: C0MSIDBB4TI0B COHTIMJED iwOCT 2 5 1978 

13. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for, accept and 
expend Federal funds from State Library System for extension of 
San Francisco Public Library Reference Project for 1979-80. File 
205-78-2 

(Continued from 10/ll/78) Q p T _ ,- i( ™ 

ACTION: ;v -;y -' .: :0STTUUBD iu 

14. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into 
agreement with State of California, Department of Transportation, 
to participate in installation of automatic gate arms at Southern 
Pacific Railroad Grade Crossing No. E-1.47-C located at 3rd and 
16th Streets. File 103-78-7 

(Continued from 10/11/78) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION COUTIfflffiD M 



Finance Committee -3- October 18, 1978 



15. Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Parking Authority, for litigation 
expenses. File 101-78-41 (RO 87) 

ACTION:"- 1 ' aWHO" VmiUOZ QCT 2 5 ' 

16. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, Parking Authority, for professional 
and special services, advance of fee to construction consultant. 
File 101-78-40 (RO 86) 



ACTION: 



attUUB iq CUT 2 5 1978 



17. Ordinance appropriating $115,938, Department of Public Health, 
SFGH, for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits 
for creation of ten positions. File 101-78-42 (RO 84) 

ACTION: CCSSIUEIUTIO-" COHTIHU*-: ..'J OCT 2 5 1978 

18. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Public 
Health, SFGH, Psychiatric Services, reflecting classification of 
ten new positions. File 102-78-4 (CSC 3) 

OCT 2 5 1978 

ACTION: -,...-■ 

19. Ordinance appropriating $180,363, Public Works, Bureau of Building 
Repair, for permanent salaries; rescinding $180,363 from facili- 
ties maintenance. File 101-78-45 (RO 101) 

(No companion measure required) 

OCT 2 5 1978 

ACTION: ;•-*——- * ; - - —' 

20. Ordinance appropriating $121,435.80, Public Works, Special G?s 
Tax Street Improvement Fund, for temporary salaries, contractual 
services, materials and supplies, and equipment for CETA Soecial 
Street Cleaning Project, Bureau of Street Cleaning. File 
101-78-58 (RO 115) 

ACn0H:C0ISlIJBEATI01i COHTIHUii ... 0CT 25 1978 

21. Ordinance appropriating $13,329, Adult Probation, for contractual 
services and equipment, pursuant to provisions of Charter Section 
6.306; rescinding $13,329 from permanent salaries and related 
mandatory fringe benefits. File 101-78-46 (RO 102) 

ACTION: - ■ " • '"" m ' 2 5 19/8 

22. Ordinance appropriating $400,000, Police Department, for extended 
work week program; rescinding $400,000 from permanent salaries, 
uniformed force. File 101-78-24 (RO 59) 

(Continued from 10/11/78) ~ ~ 25 1978 

ACTION: ' -*■-—*——'* 

23. Resolution placing possessory interests on the Secured Tax Roll. 
File 395-78 (Supv. Kopp) 



(Continued from 10/11/78) 

"T 9*5 1978 

ACTION: COKS I DERATION C0HTI..__ . ■< o^> 



Finance Committee 



-4- 



October 18, 1978 



24. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
3502, Museum Packer, Fine Arts Museums. File 31-78-23 (RO 88) 

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ACTION:™ ■" LJT 2 5 1C7 



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26. 



27, 



29. 



Resolution authorizing Department of City Planning to apply for 
and accept financial assistance from the California Department 
of Forestry for planning and development of City-wide Street Tree 
Planting and Maintenance Program. File 246-78-5 



ACTION: 



:*'JISJ W OCT 2 5 «78 



Resolution concurring with the Controller's certification that 
janitorial building maintenance services can be practically per- 
formed at the Downtown Community College Center by private con- 
tractor for lower cost than similar work services performed by 
City and County employees. File 388-78-5 

ACTION iCOHSISEHATIOB CONTINUED TO OCT 2 5 1S78 

Requesting certification by the Controller that janitorial build- 
ing maintenance services can be practically performed at the 
Youth Guidance Center by private contractor for lower cost than 
similar services performed by City and County employees. File 
388-78-4 (Supv. Gonzales) 



ACTION: 



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28. Resolution authorizing rental increases effective December 1, 1978 
at Midtown Park Apartments. File 398-78 



ACTION: 



„ .■&. .iJ^iJ iw 



OCT 2 5 1978 



Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78c44 (RO 89, 91, 
92, 94) 



Superior 
Court No . 

672531 
703878 
653655 

Municipal 
Court No. 



Plaintiff 



Dan A. Martin 
Carole J. Pandel 
Verde 11 V. Price 



755908 Christian Rodgers 

ACTION CCBSIDE8ATIQ8 CONTINUED TO °^T 2 5 1978 



Settle ment 

$ 7,500 

500 

2,500 



825 



CALENDAR 



City Librarian 
(XdTU^ Me ^ ing Public Library 



FINAN CE COMMITTEE 

»" - — — ■ — — — ^— — — 

Board o£rSupervisor: ■ I ^OC* *>7 
City and County of San Fi 

Wednesday, October 25, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Legislative Chambers, 

City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

(NOTE: Due to the lengthy calendar, the Committee intends to recess 
between the hours of 6:00 and 7:30 p.m.) 

1. Resolution approving Addendum No. 17 to the 1975 Community 
Development Program and Addendum No . 15 to the 1976 Community 
Development Program, authorizing use of funds for development 
of additional neighborhood centers. File 68-78-36.1 

(Continued from 10/18/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED; to Board 11/6/78 * 

2. Requesting amendment to certain portions of 1979 Community 
Development Program and Housing Assistance Plan. File 68-78-36.2 

Bayview North Rehabilitation (A3) 
Western Addition Project Area Committee -WAPAC 
Fillmore Economic Development Corporation 
S. F. Redevelopment Agency 

Design and architectural plan for soccer fields in Sunset 

District Area - $100,000 (new 1 ^ 
Design and architectural plan for swimming pool at San 

Francisco City College - $100,000 (new) 

(Continued from 10/18/78) 
AS AMENDED 
ACTION- RECOMMENDED; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte.; to Brd. 11/6/ 
(see file for amendments) 

3. Ordinance appropriating $2,975,557, Recreation and Park, Open 
Space Acquisition Division, for various capital improvement 
projects. File 101-78-31.1 (RO 77.1) 

(Continued from 10/4/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 



* Gay Community Center DELETE $375,000 

New College of Law DELETE $45,000 (Supv. Hutch dissenting) 
Nihomachi Center (Japanese Cultural etc) SEVER $100;000 - to Brd 
WITHOUT RECOMM. (File 68-78-36.3) 



OCT 3 1978 



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CONTINUED MEASURES 
(from meeting of Oct. 18, 1978) 

4. Ordinance appropriating $9,565,134, Airport, for various appropria- 
tions for North Terminal, and Central Heating and Cooling Plant; 
additional debt service; and permanent salaries for classification 
of 126 new positions. File 101-78-37 (RO 78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Airport, 
reflecting classification of 126 new positions; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-30 (CSC 37) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

6. Ordinance appropriating $598, Airport, for permanent salaries for 
reclassification of one position. File 101-78-39 (RO 85) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

7. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Airport, 
reflecting classification of one new position; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-7 (CAC 6) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

8. Ordinance appropriating $60,000, Airport, for judgment and claims. 
File 101-78-43 (R0 97) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

9. Ordinance appropriating $1,250,000, Airport, for construction of 
Airport Fire Station No. 1. File 101-78-44 (R0 98) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

10. Ordinance appropriating $7,304, Airport, for permanent salaries 

for immediate filling of vacated positions. File 101-78-52 (R0 107) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

11. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.20-6 thereof, relating to disposition of claims by the Port 
Commission, Public Utilities Commission and Airports Commission. 
File 393-78-3 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

12. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for, accept and 
expend Federal funds from State Library System for extension of 
San Francisco Public Library Reference Project for 1979-80. 

File 205-78-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

13. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into 
agreement with State of California, Department of Transportation, 
to participate in installation of automatic gate arms at Southern 
Pacific Railroad Grade Crossing No. E-1.47-C located at 3rd and 
and 16th Streets. File 103-78-7 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

14. Resolution authorizing Department of City Planning to apply for 
and accept financial assistance from the California Department of 
Forestry for planning and development of City-wide Street Tree 
Planting and Maintenance Program. File 246-78-5 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO il/l/78 



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15. Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Parking Authority, for litigation 
expenses. File 101-78-41 (RO 87) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 11/6/78 

16. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, Parking Authority, for professional 
and special services, advance of fee to construction consultant; 
providing for reimbursement. File 101-78-40 (RO 86) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 11/6/78 

17. Ordinance appropriating $115,938, Department of Public Health, 
SFGH, for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits 
for creation of ten positions. File 101-78-42 (RO 84) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

18. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Public 
Health, SFGH, Psychiatric Services, reflecting classification of 
ten new positions. File 102-78-4 (CSC 3) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

19. Ordinance appropriating $180,363, Public Works, Bureau of Building 
Repair, for permanent salaries; rescinding $180,363 from facili- 
ties maintenance. File 101-78-45 (RO 101) 

(No companion measure required) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 

20. Ordinance appropriating $121,435.80, Public Works, Special G"s 
Tax Street Improvement Fund, for temporary salaries, contractual 
services, materials and supplies, and equipment for CETA SDecial 
Street Cleaning Project, Bureau of Street Cleaning. File 
101-78-58 (RO 115) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED; to Board 11/6/7* (delete $7800 Equip) 

21. Ordinance appropriating $13,329, Adult Probation, for contractual 
services and equipment, pursuant to provisions of Charter Section 
6.306; rescinding $13,329 from permanent salaries and related 
mandatory fringe benefits. File 101-78-46 (RO 102) 



ACTION: 



CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 



22. Ordinance appropriating $400,000, Police Department, for extended 
workweek program; rescinding $400,000 from permanent salaries, 
uniformed force. File 101-78-24 (RO 59) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 11/6/78 (Supv. Hutch dissenting) 

23. Resolution placing possessory interests on the Secured Tax Roll. 
File 395-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 11/6/78 

24. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
3502, Museum Packer, Fine Arts Museums. File 31-78-23 (R0 88) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/1/78 



Finance Committee -4- October 25, 1978 



25. Resolution concurring with the Controller's certification that 
janitorial building maintenance services can be practically per- 
formed at the Downtown Community College Center by private con- 
tractor for lower cost than similar work services performed by 
City and County employees. File 388-78-5 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/ 1/78 

26. Resolution authorizing rental increases effective December 1, 1978 
at Midtown Park Apartments. File 398-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED; to Board 11/6/78 (Supv. Kopp dissent 

27. Resolution authorizing extension of lease (for one month) with 
Redwood Theater, Inc., as Lessors, for space at 544 Golden Gate 
Avenue, for Commission on the Status of Women; and extension of 
lease (for one month) with Mary Emma Stebbins and James Flood, 
Trustees, for space at 870 Market Street, for Delinquency Preven- 
tion Commission. File 64-78-36 (RO 103) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 11/6/78 



Finance Committee 
Board of Supervisors 
Rm. 235, City Hall 
San Francisco, Ca. 94102 



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^ CALENDAR 

Meeting 
of 

- F INANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



City Librarian 
Public Library 
Civic Center 



Wednesday, ^November 1, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch «jn 



Clerk: A. Hewlett 



COCUT. J.NTS DEPT. 



1. Ordinance appropriating $2,975,557, Recreation and Park, Open 
Space Acquisition Division, for various capital improvement 
projects. File 101-78-31.1 (RO 77.1) 

(Continued from 10/25/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments); to BrdHl/13 

2. Resolution approving issuance by Redevelopment Agency of the City 
and County of Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program notes in a 
total principal amount not to exceed $21,000,000 in the Western 
Addition Approved Redevelopment Project Area A-2. File 11-78-1 

(Continued from 10/11/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/8/78 

3. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds from 
the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"1978-79 Part B, Planning Grant." File 68-78-37 

(Continued from 10/18/78) 

ACTION: TABLED (superseded by File 68-78-45) 

4. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"Juvenile Justice/Delinquency Prevention Planning Grant." File 
68-78-38 

(Continued from 10/18/78) 

ACTION: TABLED (superseded by File 68-78-45) 

5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"Mayor's Criminal Justice Council Evaluation Grant." File 
68-78-39 

(Continued from 10/18/78) 

ACTION: TABLED (superseded by File 68-78-45) 

6. Requesting certification by the Controller that janitorial build- 
ing maintenance services can be practically performed d: the 
Youth Guidance Center by private contractor for lower cost than 
similar services performed by City and County employees. File 
388-78-4 (Supv. Gonzales) 

(Continued from 10/18/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/22/78 



finance Committee -*- November 1, 1978 

continued measures 

(from nicL'Ling of Oct. 25, 1978) 

7. Ordinance appropriating $9,565,134, Airport, for various appropria- 
tions for North Terminal, and Central Heating and Cooling Plant; 
additional debt service; and permanent salaries for classification 
of 126 new positions. File 101-78-37 (RO 78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED; to Board 11/13 (see file for amendments 

8. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Airport, 
reflecting classification of 126 new positions; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-30 (CSC 37) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED ; to Board 11/13 

9. Ordinance appropriating $598, Airport, for permanent salaries for 
reclassification of one position. File 101-78-39 (RO 85) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Airport, 
reflecting classification of one new position; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-7 (CAC 6) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $60,000, Airport, for judgment and claims. 
File 101-78-43 (RO 97) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12 c Ordinance appropriating $1,250,000, Airport, for construction of 
Airport Fire Station No. 1. File 101-78-44 (R0 98) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $7,304, Airport, for permanent salaries 

for immediate filling of vacated positions. File 101-78-52 (RO 107) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp to $5,815) 

14. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.20-6 thereof, relating to disposition of claims by the Port 
Commission, Public Utilities Commission and Airports Commission. 
File 393-78-3 (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for, accept and 
expend Federal funds from State Library System for extension of 
San Francisco Public Library Reference Project for 1979-80. 

File 205-78-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (delete "expend" and reduce funding 

to $511,617) 

16. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into 
agreement with State of California, Department of Transportation, 
to participate in installation of automatic gate arms at Southern 
Pacific Railroad Grade Crossing No. E-1.47-C located at 3rd and 
and 16th Streets. File 103-78-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing Department of City Planning to apply for 
and accept financial assistance from the California Department of 
Forestry for planning and development of City-wide Street Tree 

• Planting and Maintenance Program. File 246-78-5 

ACTION: AMENDED; CONTINUED TO 11/15/78 



Finance Committee -3- November 1, 1978 



18. Resolution concurring with Controller's certification that jani- 
torial building maintenance services can be practically performed 
at the Downtown Community College Center by private contractor 
for lower cost than similar work services performed by City and 
County employees. File 388-78-5 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

19. Ordinance appropriating $115,938, Department of Public H ealth, 
SFGH, for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe bene- 
fits for creation of ten positions. File 101-78-42 (RO 84) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Public 
Health, SFGH, Psy chiatric Services, reflecting classification 
of ten new positions; a companion measure to the preceding item. 
File 102-78-4 (CSC 3) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Ordinance appropriating $180,363, Public Works, Bureau of Building 
Repair, for permanent salaries; rescinding $180,363 from facili- 
ties maintenance. File 101-78-45 (RO 101) 

(No companion measure required.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Ordinance appropriating $13,329, Adult Probation, for contractual 
services and equipment, pursuant to provisions of Charter Section 
6.306; rescinding $13,329 from permanent salaries and related 
mandatory fringe benefits. File 101-78-46 (RO 102) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
3502, Museum Packer, Fine Arts Museum. File 31-78-23 (RO 88) 

ACT ION : REC OMMENDED 

REGULAR CALENDAR 

24. Ordinance appropriating $30,000, Real Estate, for possessory 
interest tax, Midtown Park Apartments. File 101-78-56 (RO 113) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; to Board 11/13 

25. Ordinance appropriating $760,447.13, various departments, for 
various programs under the Anti-Recession Assistance Title II 
of 1977; rescinding $2,908,952.73 from various programs under 
the Anti-Recession Assistance Title II of 1977, various depart- 
ments. File 101-78-61 (RO 118) (See also Item No. 32) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments) 

26. Ordinance appropriating $34,518, Sheriff, for permanent salaries 
for reclassification of two positions; rescinding $34,518 from 
permanent salaries. File 101-78-55 (RO 111) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

27. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Sheriff, 
reflecting reallocation of two positions; a companion measure to 
the preceding item. File 102-78-19 (CSC 21) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -4- November 1, 1978 



28. 



Ordinance appropriating $10,096, Controller, EDP, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of two positions; rescinding $10,096 
from permanent salaries. File 101-78-50 (RO 105) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Controller, 
EDP, reflecting reallocation of two positions; a companion measure 
to the preceding file. File 102-78-23 (CSC 27) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Ordinance appropriating $40,576, Water Department, for permanent 
salaries for creation of three positions. File 101-78-51 (RO 96) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp to $28,594) ; to Brd ll/i: 

31. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Water 
Department, reflecting classification of three new positions; 

a companion measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-28 (CSC 30) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (provide for effective date 1/1/79)- 
to Brd. 11/13 

j 32. Resolution rescinding certain expenditure categories in the allo- 

cation of Federal funds under Title II, Local Public Works Act of 
1976 and amendments by the Intergovernmental Anti-Recession Assist- 
ance Act of 1977; a companion measure to Item No. 25. 
File 68-78-41 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file for amendments); to Brd 11/13 

33. Resolution accepting gift from Hotel Industry of carpeting, 
paneling and carpentry, valued at $1,380, for alterations to 
Brooks Hall. File 38-78-22 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

34. Resolution approving Addendum No. 14 to the 1977 Community Develop- 
ment Block Grant, and authorizing internal transfer of funds 
allocated to the Home Care Service Center for renovation costs 
to the Burt Children's Center for its renovation costs. File 
79-77-24 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

35. Resolution authorizing the Chief of Police to apply for, accept 
and expend discretionary funds from the U. S. Department of 
Justice, LEAA, for project entitled "Property Crimes Prevention 
Project." File 151-78-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

36. Resolution establishing six percent interest rate on Rehabilitation 
Assistance Program loans; late payment penalties; and charges for 
production of statement of unpaid balance. File 229-78-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

37. Requesting Relief from Delinquent Property Tax Penalty in the 
amount of $219.17 levied against Jonathan H. Parker for tax year 
1977-78. File 118-78-203 

(Tax Collector recommends denial) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND DENIAL; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte.- to 
Brd. 11/13 



Finance Committee -5- November 1, 1978 

38. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-45 (RO 93, 114) 

Superior Court 

No. Plaintiff Settlement 

710055 Anna Lee Herrera and Robert 

Herrera $ 1,850 

686888 Linda Mitchell 2,500 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ord. prep in and reptd out of Cmte; to Brd 11/13 

39. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company by accept- 
ing the sum of $1,666.66; authorizing dismissal of litigation. 
File 46-78-8 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

40. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Chicago Insurance Com- 
pany against the City and County by payment of $1,802.40. File 
48-78-15 (RO 106) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

41. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-78-44 (RO 89, 91, 92, 94) 

Superior 

Court No . Plaintiff Settlement 

672531 Dan A. Martin $ 7,500 

703878 Carole J. Pandel 500 

653655 Verdell V. Price 2,500 

Munic ipal 
Court No. 

755908 Christian Rodgers 825 

(Continued from 10/ 18./ 78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; ord. prep in and reptd out of Cmte; to Brd 11/13 




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Tfi it t . of Civic Center 

- FINANCE COMMITTEE wcucct 

Board of^upervisors 
City and County of San Franc i&«_u 

Wednesday^ November 15, 1978, 2 pm Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Cler,: A.Hewlett NOV 2 1978 

DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

CONSENT CALENDAR S - F - P'~" LIC L 3; 

All matters listed hereunder constitute a Consent Calendar, are con- 
sidered to be routine by the Finance Committee, and will be acted upon 
by a single roll-call vote of the Committee. There will be no separate 
discussion of these items unless a member of the Committee or a member 
of the public so requests, in which event the matter shall be removed 
from the Consent Calendar and considered as a separate item. It is the 
intention of the Committee to Table these items. 

la. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Public 

Works, Bureau of Building Repair, reflecting restoration of four 
positions for a six -month period. File 102-77-13 (CSC 14) 

b. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, City 
Planning, reflecting establishment of one position and abolish- 
ment of one position. File 102-77-97 (CSC 99) 

c. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1977-78, Municipal 
Railway, reflecting reclassification of two positions. File 
102-77-101 (CSC 102) 

ACTION: TABLED 

REGULAR CALENDAR 

2. Resolution authorizing Department of Public Works to apply for 
and accept financial assistance from the California Department of 
Forestry for planning and development of City-wide Street Tree 
Planting and Maintenance Program. File 246-78-5 

(Continued from 11/1/78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3 - CALENDARED IN ERROR 



4. Ordinance amending the Municipal Code, Part III, by adding 
Section 86.2, relating to apartment house license fees. 
File 245-78 (Supv. Molinari) 

(Continued from 11/1/78) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/22/78 

5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
grant funds from the State Solid Waste Management Board for 
litter control and enforcement programs. File 68-78-48 

(Supv. Molinari) 



Finance Committee -2- November 15, 1978 



6. Ordinance appropriating $409,647, Airport, for Revenue Bond 
Reserve payment. File 101-78-64 (RO 127) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $18,838, Recreation and Park, Athletics 
and Aquatics Division, for permanent salaries and related manda- 
tory fringe benefits for reclassification of two positions; 
rescinding $18,838 from permanent salaries. File 101-78-65 (RO 122) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total to $17,251) 

8. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Recreation 
and Park, reflecting reallocation of two positions; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-17 (CSC 15) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance appropriating $44,217, Sheriff, for temporary salaries, 
overtime, mandatory fringe benefits, property rental and automo- 
tive maintenance; rescinding $44,217 from State retirement allow- 
ances, pursuant to provisions of Charter Section 6.306. File 
101-78-66 (RO 126) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce total approp to $42,467) 
(To Board 11/27/78) 

10. Ordinance appropriating $98,595, Police Department, for lease of 
vacant school facility from San Francisco Unified School District, 
for use as training facility; rescinding $98,595, permanent 
salaries, uniformed force. File 101-78-23 (RO 60) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/29/78 

11. Resolution authorizing lease with San Francisco Unified School 
District, as Lessor, for real property at 2055 Silver Avenue 
for use by Police Department. File 64-78-38 (RO 129) 

(Fremont School) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/29/78 

12. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Public 
Utilities Commission, reflecting classification of four new 
Federally funded positions for Minority Business Enterprise 
Program. File 102-78-2 (CSC 1) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/29/78 

13. Requesting consideration of funding in the amount of $39,880 for 
Mayor's Office, Building Permit Revision Project. File 101-78-61.1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/29/78 

14. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus City-owned property at north- 
west corner of Ellis Street and Fifth Street North . File 154-78-6 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



Finance Committee -3- November 15, 1978 



15. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
the Southern Pacific Transportation Company in the amount of 
$97,500 for Open Space Acquisition and Park Renovation Program. 
File 84-78-7 (RO 125) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/6/78 

16. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with San Francisco 
Unified School District at 170 Fell Street for use by Commission 
on the Status of Women and Delinquency Prevention Commission. 
File 64-78-40 (RO 124) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (percentage adjustment from 10 to 157„) 

17. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for and accept 
funds under California Library Services Act for library materials 
and services. File 205-78-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution adjusting public parking rates and charges at 7th and 
Harrison Streets public parking facility. File 218-78-6. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (see file) 

19. Resolution granting extension of time for awarding Department of 
Public Works' contracts for Yerba Buena Convention Center. File 
61-78-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal property 
of City and County employees damaged in line of duty. File 
51-78-2 

RECOMMENDED 
ACTION: 

21. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal property 
of City and County employees damaged in line of duty. File 
51-78-3 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED 

22. Hearing to determine Board policy on contracting out of janitorial 
services, with particular reference to financial savings to be 
realized therefrom and the effect such program would have on 
present employees. File 388-78-7 (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

23. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Marc Stephen Pulliam, et al, by acceptance of 
$2,250 and dismissal of cross complaint. File 46-78-10 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Lester Stevens 
against the City and County by payment of $13,800, plus 7% interest. 
File 45-78-47 (RO 148) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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Board of^Supervisors 
City and County ofSan Francisco 

Wednesday ^November 27, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



1. Ordinance appropriating $98,595, Police Department, for lease of 
vacant school facility from San Francisco Unified School District, 
for use as training facility; rescinding $98,595 from permanent 
salaries, uniformed force. File 101-78-23 (RO 60) 

(Continued from 11/15/78) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution authorizing lease with San Francisco Unified School 
District, as Lessfor, for real property at 2055 Silver Avenue 
(Fremont School) for use by Police Department as training facility. 
File 64-78-38 (RO 129) 

(Continued from 11/15/78) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Public 
Utilities, reflecting classification of four new Federally funded 
positions for Minority Business Enterprise Program. File 
102-78-2 (CSC 1) 

(Continued from 11/15/78) 

ACTION: 

4. Requesting consideration of funding in the amount of $39,880 for 
Mayor's Office, Building Permit Revision Project. File 101-78-61.1 

(Continued from 11/15/78) 

ACTION: 

5. Resolution concurring with Controller's Certification that jani- 
torial building maintenance services can be practically performed 
at San Francisco International Airport by private contractor for 
lower cost than similar work services performed by City and County 
employees. File 388-78-6 

(Continued from 11/22/78) 

ACTION: 

6. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to accept funds from Energy 
Resources Conservation and Development Commission for Neighbor 
hood Energy Conservation Program. File 68-78-47 

(Continued from 11/22/78) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee -2- November 29, 1978 



7. Ordinance amending the Municipal Code, Part III, by adding Section 
86.1 , 86.2 and 86.3 thereto, relating to apartment house license 
fee exemptions and change of ownership inspection fee. File 
245-78 (Supv. Molinari) 

(Continued from 11/22/78) 

ACTION: 

8. Hearing to determine Board policy on contracting out of janitorial 
services with particular reference to financial savings to be 
realized therefrom and the effect such program would have on 
present employees. File 388-78-7 (Supv. Molinari) 

(11/15/78 Continued to Call of Chair) 

ACTION: 

9. Ordinance appropriating $4,482,302, various fund groups and 
departments, for retroactive salaries for fiscal year 1974-75, 
concerning certain crafts employees, pursuant to decision of 
the State Supreme Court in the Killian v. City and County law 
suit. File 101-78-73 (RO 157) (Supv. Kopp) 

ACTION: 

10. Ordinance appropriating $7,443, Asian Arts Museums, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for reclassification of 
one position; rescinding $7,443 from permanent salaries and 
exhibitions. File 101-78-79 (RO 134) 

ACTION: 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, de Young 
Memorial Museum Fund, Center of Asian Art and Culture, reflecting 
reclassification of one position; a companion measure to the 
preceding item. File 102-78-34 (CSC 36) 

ACTION: 

12. Ordinance appropriating $31,157.86, Mayor, for local share, grants, 
to cover certain deficiencies in contracts between the State 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning and the City and County; 
rescinding $31,157.86 from local shares, grants. File 101-78-68 
(RO 139) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 1.27 
authorizing Chief of Police to enter into contract with State to 
provide protection to witnesses in criminal cases. File 415-78 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee -3- November 29, 1978 



14. Resolution declaring policy advocating increased levels of State 
funding to support local library service. File 205-78-4 

ACTION: 

15. Resolution requesting the Parking Authority to adopt a policy of 
permitting limited vanpool monthly parking; setting rates and 
number <nf spaces available; requesting the Parking Authority 

to review program annually and make appropriate recommendations 
for change. File 218-78-7 

ACTION: 

16. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property in 
the City and County from Sunset Scavanger Company and MACOR, Inc . 
File 84-78-S 

(Tocoloma and Lathrop Avenues) 

ACTION: 

17. Resolution amending Addendum No. 4 to 1977 Community Development 
Program, reducing transfer of $258,302 to FACE Program from 
Rehabilitation Assistance Program in the amount of $28,000, for 
purpose of obtaining an IRS ruling on tax exempt status of RAP 
bonds in N rth of Market RAP area. File 79-77-23.1 

ACTION: 

18 Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County. File 45-78-51 (RO 140, 141, 143, 145) 

Superior 

Court No . Plaintiff Settlement 

685 529 Michael Douchinsky $ 500 

686 242 Caswell C. Hendrick 500 
683 188 Shedrick Miller 700 
661 466 Robert L. Poggi 2,500 

Municipal 
Court No. 
754 874 Yvonne Tashiro 300 

ACTION: 

19. Authorizing settlement of litigation against the City and County. 
File 45-78-52 (RO 154, 155) 

Superior 

Court No . Plaintiff Settlement 

709652 Lena Baker $ 3,500 

665645 James R. Barrett 850 

ACTION: 

20. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Mary Nettlebeck 
against the City and County by payment of $943.29. File 48-78-16 
(RO 150) 

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u . €> CALENDAR S F Public Library 

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\l\\2>M Meeting 

tg FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board o^pSupervisors 
City and County of^San Francisco 

Wednesday, December 13, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch DEC 1 2 1978 



Clerk: A. Hewlett 



CONTINUED FROM DECEMBER 6, 1978 



1. Ordinance appropriating $98,595, Police Department, for lease of 
vacant school facility from San Francisco Unified School District, 
for use as training facility; rescinding $98,595 from permanent 
salaries, uniformed force. File 101-78-23 (RO 60) 

ACTION- 

2. Resolution authorizing lease with San Francisco Unified School 
District, as Lessor, for real property at 2055 Silver Avenue 
(Fremont School) for use by Police Department as training 
facility. File 64-78-38 (RO 129) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution authorizing rent payments to Coleman and Associates 
for use of property at 6321 - 3rd Street by Department of Public 
Health , Southeast CMHS Center. File 64-78-42 (RO 152) 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 1.27 
authorizing Chief of Police to enter into contract with State to 
provide protection to witnesses in criminal cases. File 415-78 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance appropriating $3,800,000, Public Works, in Federal, 
State and local funds for construction management purposes for 
Wastewater Management Program for period January 1, 1979 to 

June 30, 1980 under EPA Grant Award C-06-1411-102 . File 101-78-77 
(RO 166) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance appropriating $70,000, Board of Supervisors, for audit 
of Controller's Accounts, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. 
File 101-78-70 (RO 153) 

ACTION: 

7. Ordinance amending the Municipal Code, Part III, by adding Section 
86.1, 86.2 and 86.3 thereto, relating to apartment house license 
fee exemptions and change of ownership inspection fee. File 
245-78 (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee -2- December 13, 1978 



8- Resolutions authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for the following FAU Projects. File 
103-78 

(-9) Construction of handicapped ramps at various locations 
along FAU routes . 

(-10) Construction of median barrier on Bayshore Boulevard, 
south of Army Street . 

(-11) Traffic signal modifications at various locations on 
FAU routes . 

(-12) Installation of traffic signals on Sacramento Street at 
Davis and Front Streets. 

(-13) Restoration of Castro Street, between Alvarado and 23rd 
Streets. 

(-14) Resurfacing Battery Street, between the Embarcaders and 
Market Street. 

(-15) Restoration of Washington Street, between Powell and 
Stockton Streets. 

(-16) Restoration of Broadway, between Leavenworth and Jones 
Streets . 

(-17) Resurfacing Folsom and Howard Streets, between 3rd and 
Steuart Streets. 

(-18) Resurfacing Folsom Street, between 4th and 19th Streets. 

ACTION: 

9. Requesting consideration of funding in the amount of $39,880 for 
Mayor's Office, Building Permit Revision Project. File 
101-78-61.1 

ACTION: 

10. Resolution amending Addendum No. 4 to the 1977 Community Develop- 
ment Program, reducing transfer of $258,302 to FACE Program from 
Rehabilitation Assistance Program in the amount of $28,000, for 
purpose of obtaining an IRS ruling on tax exempt status of RAP 
bonds in North of Market RAP area. File 79-77-23.1 

ACTION: 

11. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds to conduct an Air Quality Technical Assistance 
Demonstration Program in cooperation with Cities of Berkeley, 
Oakland and San Jose, to attract and retain business and industry 
in San Francisco Bay Area; providing for joint powers agreement. 
File 68-78-49 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee -3- Decern her 13, 1978 



REGULAR CALENDAR 



12. Resolution placing possessory interests on the Secured Tax Roll. 
File 395-78 (Supv. Kopp) 

(Rereferred to Committee 11/6/78) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance appropriating $10,870, Sheriff, for court-ordered trans- 
portation of defendants under the direct jurisdiction of the 
Superior Court and providing for safe storage for Bailiff's 
revolvers and mace. File 101-78-71 (RO 158) 

ACTION: 

14. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, Public Works, Central Permit, for 
overtime for plan checkers and engineers in Bureau of Building 
Inspection. File 101-78-72 (RO 160) 

ACTION: 

15. Ordinance appropriating $2,306, Art Commission, for replacement 

of stolen reproduction machine at South of Market Cultural Center; 
rescinding $2,306 from Neighborhood Arts Program and Supporting 
Services. File 101-78-75 (RO 162) 

ACTION: 

16. Ordinance appropriating $63,000, Art Commission, for purchase of 
miscellaneous equipment for Neighborhood Arts Program and Supprt- 
ing Services. File 101-78-76 (RO 161) 

ACTION: 

17. Ordinance appropriating $81,200, Public Health, Laguna Honda 
Hospital, for rental of diesel-electric generator and purchase 
of diesel fuel to provide standby electric power during inspec- 
tion and repair work to steam turbine; rescinding $81,200, Public 
Health, Laguna Honda Hospital, permanent salaries, pursuant to 
provisions of Charter Section 6.306. File 101-78-78 (RO 163) 

ACTION:' 

18. Ordinance appropriating $426,946 for contractual services, Board 
of Supervisors; rescinding $269,893, Board of Supervisors, Bureau 
of the Budget. File 101-78-67 (RO 136) 

ACTION: 

19. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
$9,072 in additional CETA funds for Title I Employability Pro- 
grams. File 68-78-51 

ACTION: 

20. Ordinance appropriating $3,230, Mayor's Office, for retroactive 
payment for temporary salaries to former CETA employee in Adult 
Probation Department as a result of grievance; rescinding $3,230 
from temporary salaries, Ceta Administration, Mayor's Office. 
File 101-78-81 (RO 169) (Supv. Lau) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee 



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December 13, 1978 



21. Ordinance appropriating $375,000, Mayor's Office, contribution 
from general government. File 101-78-79 (RO 182) (Supv. Pelosi) 

ACTION: 

22. Ordinance appropriating $24,398.75, Mayor's Office, for perma- 
nent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits. File 
101-78-80 (RO 184) (Supv. Hutch) 

ACTION : 

23. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Article 14 
pertaining to survivorship benefits for assassinated elected 
public officials; providing for trust fund in the amount of 
$375,000; providing for findings; providing for severability 
clause and operative date. File 430-78 (Supvs. Pelosi, Lau, 
Gonzales) 

ACTION: 



24. Resolution authorizing sale of surplus City-owned pipeline easement 
located in Fremont, Alameda County, for the sum of $500. File 
154-78-7 

ACTION: 

25. Requesting Relief from Delinquent Property Tax Penalty on real 
property, as follows: 

TAX COLLECTOR'S 
CLAIMANT PENALTY FILE NO. RECOMM. 

Estate of Marcel Eyraud $ 15.25 118-78-205 None 
F. Ross C. Marbury 38.80 118-78-207 Deny 

Nelson Lam 56.34 118-78-208 Deny 

ACTION: 



26. Requesting Relief from Delinquent Property Tax Penalty on personal 
property, as follows: 

TAX COLLECTOR'S 



CLAIMANT 



PENALTY 



Farid Katami, dba Lam's Mkt $ 6.43 

Joel Hagerty 7.89 

Morgan Equipment Co. 620.24 

A. Ferrera & Sons, Hdwre . 116.20 

ACTION: 



FILE NO . 

118-78-206 
118-78-209 
118-78-210 
118-78-211 



RF.COMM. 



Deny 

Waive 

None 

None 



27. 



28, 



Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Elise Davis, et 
al, v. City and County, U. S. District Court #0-76-0197, in accord- 
ance with substance of terms and conditions of Consent Decree pro- 
viding for hiring relief in the Civil Service classification of 
Assistant Gardener, and for monetary relief and for attorneys' 
fees and authorizing City Attorney to execute same. File 45-78-53 
(RO 174) 

ACTION: 

Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Mary Nettlebeck 
against the City and County by payment of $943.29. File 48-78-16 
(RO 150) 



ACTION: 



Finance Committee 



-5- 



December 13, 1978 



29. 



30. 



Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County. File 45-78-51 (R0 140, 141, 143, 145) 



Superior 
Court No . 

685 529 

686 242 
683 188 
661 466 

Municipal 
Court No. 

754 874 
ACTION: 



Plaintiff 



Michael Douchinsky 
Caswell C. Hendrick 
Shedrick Miller 
Robert L. Poggi 



Yvonne Tashiro 



Settlement 

$ 500 

500 

700 

2,500 



300 



Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County. File 45-78-52 (RO 154, 155) 



Superior 
Court No . 

709 652 
665 685 



Plaintiff 



Lena Baker 
James R. Barrett 



Settlement 

$ 3,500 

850 



ACTION: 



S10 I S tT^tTTibrary 

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-- FINANCE COMMITTEE DEC 1 8 1978 

Board of Supervisors documents oept. 

City and County of San Francisco *f- fujuc library 

WednesdayjjJtecember 20, 1978, 2 pro Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

CONTINUED FROM DECEMBER 6, 1978 

1. Ordinance appropriating $98,595, Police Department, for lease of 
vacant school facility from San Francisco Unified School District, 
for use as training facility; rescinding $98,595 from permanent 
salaries, uniformed force. File 101-78-23 (R0 60) 

ACTION : 

2. Resolution authorizing lease with San Francisco Unified School 
District, as Lessor, for real property at 2055 Silver Avenue 
(Fremont School) for use by Police Department as training facility. 
File 64-78-38 (RO 129) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 1.27 
authorizing Chief of Police to enter into contract with State to 
provide protection to witnesses in criminal cases. File 415-78 

ACTION: 

4. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for and 
accept Federal funds for construction of median barrier on Bayshore 
Boulevard, South of Army Street. File 103-78-10 

ACTION: 

5. Resolution amending Addendum No. 4 to the 1977 Community Development 
Program, reducing transfer of $258,302 to FACE Program from Rehabil- 
itation Assistance Program in the amount of $28,000 for purpose of 
obtaining an IRS ruling on tax exempt status of RAP bonds in North 
of Market RAP area. File 79-77-23.1 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance appropriating $58,000, Police Depart ient , for expansion 
of Senior Escort Program to include Visitacion Valley area. File 
101-78-74 (RO 165) 

ACTION: 

REGULAR CALENDAR 

7. Ordinance appropriating $10,870, Sheriff, for court-ordered trans- 
portation of defendants under the direct jurisdiction of the Superior 
Court and providing for safe storage for Bailiff's revolvers and 
mace. File 101-78-71 (RO 158) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee -2- December 20, 1978 



8. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, Public Works, Central Permit, for 
overtime for plan checkers and engineers in Bureau of Building 
Inspection. File 101-78-72 (RO 160) 

ACTION: 

9. Ordinance appropriating $81,200, Public Health, Laguna Honda 
Hospital, for rental of diesel-electric generator and purchase 
of diesel fuel to provide standby electric power during inspec- 
tion and repair work to steam turbine; rescinding $81,200, 
Public Health, Laguna Honda Hospital, permanent salaries, pursuant 
to provisions of Charter Section 6.306. File 101-78-78 (RO 163) 

ACTION: 

10. Resolution authorizing sale of surplus City-owned pipeline ease- 
ment located in Fremont, Alameda County, for the sum of $500. 
File 154-78-7 

ACTION: 

11. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease of real property 
at 544 Golden Gate Avenue with Redwood Theaters, Inc., as Lessor, 
for Commission on Status of Women (for month of November only). 
File 64-78-36.1 (RO 175) 

ACTION: 

12. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Elise Davis, 
et al, vs. City and County, U. S. District Court #C-76-0197, in 
accordance with substance of terms and conditions of Consent Decree 
providing for hiring relief in the Civil Service classification 

of Assistant Gardener, and for monetary relief and for attorney's 
fees and authorizing City Attorney to execute same. File 45-78-53 
(RO 174) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of William Simpson 
Construction Company against the City and County by payment of 
the full modified contract amount, plus $220,000, and dismissal 
of cross-complaint. File 45-78-56 (RO 185) 



14. 



ACTION: 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City and 
County. Files 45-78-51, 45-78-52 (RO 140, 141, 143, 145, 154, 155) 

Superior Court 

No. Plaintiff Settlement 

709 652 Lena Baker $ 3,500 

665 685 James R. Barrett 850 

685 529 Michael Douchinsky 500 

686 242 Caswell C. Hendrick 500 
683 188 Shedrick Miller 700 
661 466 Robert L. Poggi 2,500 

Municipal Court 
No. 

754 874 Yvonne Tashiro 300 

ACTION: 

15. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Mary Nettlebeck 

against the City and County by payment of $943.29. File 48-78-16 
(RO 150) 

ACTION: 



ritv Librarian 
SF Public Library 
Civic Center 



ADDENDUM CALENDAR 

Meeting 
of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, December 20, 1978, 2 pm Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 



16. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
$9,072 in additional CETA funds for Title I Employability Pro- 
grams. File 68-78-51 

ACTION : 

17. Ordinance appropriating $3,230, Mayor's Office, for retroactive 
payment for temporary salaries to former CETA employee in Adult 
Probation Department as a result of grievance; rescinding $3,230 
from temporary salaries, CETA Administration, Mayor's Office. 
File 101-78-81 (RO 169) (Supv. Lau) 

ACTION: 



DEC 19 1978 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
S.F. PUBLIC LIBRARY 



City Librarian 
CALENDAR Public Library 

, Meeting Civic Center 

IT f *~*^~ of *V^ 

- • FINANCE COMMITTEE \=Z*^ 

"*~'> ^ Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, December 27, 1978, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Kopp, Dolson, Hutch 

Clerk: A. Hewlett 

CONTINUED FROM DECEMBER 6, 1978 

1. Resolution authorizing rent payments to Coleman and Associates 
for use of property at 6321 - 3rd Street by Department of Public 
Health, Southeast CMHS Center. File 64-78-42 (RO 152) 

ACTION: CALLED OUT OF COMMITTEE FOR BOARD MEETING OF 1/2/79 

2. Ordinance appropriating $3,800,000, Public Works, in Federal, 
State and local funds for construction management purposes for 
Wastewater Management Program for period January 1, 1979 to 

June 30, 1980 under EPA Grant Award C-06-1411-102 . File 101-78-77 
(RO 166) 

ACTION: CALLED OUT OF COMMITTEE FOR BOARD MEETING OF 1/2/79 

3. Ordinance appropriating $70,000, Board of Supervisors, for audit 
of Controller's Accounts, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. 
File 101-78-70 (RO 153) 

ACTION: CALLED OUT OF COMMITTEE FOR BOARD MEETING OF 1/2/79 

4. Ordinance amending the Municipal Code, Part III, by adding Section 
86.1, 86.2 and 86.3 thereto, relating to apartment house license 
fee exemptions and change of ownership inspection fee. File 
245-78 (Supv. Molinari) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/10/79 

5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds to conduct an Air Quality Technical Assistance 
Demonstration Program in cooperation with Cities of Berkeley, 
Oakland and San Jose, to attract and retain business and industry 
in San Francisco Bay Area; providing for joint powers agreement. 
File 68-78-49 

ACTION: CALLED OUT OF COMMITTEE FOR BOARD MEETING OF 1/2/79 

6. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property in the 
City and County from Sunset Scavenger Co. and MACOR, Inc. File 
84-78-9 

(Tocoloma and Lathrop Avenues) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/10/79 






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7. Resolutions authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for the following FAU projects. File 
103-78 



(-9 
(-10 

(-11 

(-12 

(-13 

(-14 

(-15 

(-16 

(-17 

(-18 
ACTION 



Construction of handicapped ramps at various locations 
along FAU routes . 

Construction of median barrier on Bayshore Boulevard, 
south of Army Street. 

Traffic signal modifications at various locations on 
FAU routes . 

Installation of traffic signals on Sacramento Street at 
Davis and Front Streets. 

Restoration of Castro Street, between Alvarado and 23rd 
Streets. 

Resurfacing Battery Street, between the Embarcaders and 
Market Street. 

Restoration of Washington Street, between Powell and 
Stockton Streets . 

Restoration of Broadway, between Leavenworth and Jones 
Streets . 

Resurfacing Folsom and Howard Streets, between 3rd and 
Steuart Streets. 

Resurfacing Folsom Street, between 4th and 19th Streets. 
CALLED OUT OF COMMITTEE FOR BOARD MEETING OF 1/2/79 



CONTINUED FROM REGULAR MEETING 
OF DECEMBER 13, 1978 

Ordinance appropriating $24,398.75, Mayor's Office, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits. File 101-78-80 
(RO 184) (Supv. Hutch) 



ACTION: 



CONTINUED TO 1/10/79 



9. Ordinance appropriating $3,320, Mayor Office, for retroactive pay- 
ment for temporary salary to former CETA employee in Adult Proba- 
tion Department as a result of grievance; rescinding $3,230 from 
temporary salaries, CETA Administration, Mayor's Office. File 
101-78-81 (RO 169) (Supv. Lau) 



ACTION: 



CONTINUED TO 1/10/79 



10. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 

$9,072 in additional CETA funds for Title I Employability Programs 
File 68-78-51 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



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CONTINUED FROM REGULAR MEETING 
OF DECEMBER 20, 1978 

11. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 1.27 
authorizing Chief of Police to enter into contract with State to 
provide protection to witnesses in criminal cases. File 415-78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance appropriating $10,870, Sheriff, for court -ordered trans- 
portation of defendants under the direct jurisdiction of the 
Superior Court and providing for safe storage for Bailiff's 
revolvers and mace. File 101-78-71 (RO 158) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, Public Works, Central Permit, for 
overtime for plan checkers and engineers in Bureau of Building 
Inspection. File 101-78-72 (RO 160) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance appropriating $81,200, Public Health, Laguna Honda 
Hospital, for rental of diesel-electric generator and purchase 
of diesel fuel to provide standby electric power during inspec-^ 
tion and repair work to steam turbine; rescinding $81,200, Public 
Health, Laguna Honda Hospital, from permanent salaries, pursuant 
to provisions of Charter Section 6.306. File 101-78-78 (R0 163) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp to $80,680) 

15. Resolution authorizing sale of surplus City-owned pipeline easement 
located in Fremont, Alameda County, for the sum of $500. 

File 154-78-7 

ACTION: CALLED OUT OF COMMITTEE FOR BOARD MEETING OF 1/2/79 

16. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease of real property 
at 544 Golden Gate Avenue with Redwood Theaters, Inc., as Lessor, 
for Commission on Status of Women (for month of November). File 
64-78-36.1 (RO 175) 

ACTION: RECOMEENDED 

REGULAR CALENDAR 
(Meeting of December 27, 1978 ) 

^17. Ordinance appropriating $32,588, Tax Collector, for permanent _ 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, for reclassifi- 
cation of three positions; rescinding $32,588 from permanent 
salaries. File 101-78-83 (RO 168) . 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1978-79, Tax 
Collector, reflecting reallocation of three vacant positions; 
a companion measure to the preceding item. File 102-78-11 
(CSC 10) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Ordinance appropriating $8,019, Municipal Court, for overtime, 
temporary salaries, postage and reproduction for continued opera- 
tion of extended hours of Small Claims Court, night and Saturday 
sessions through June 30, 1979. File 101-78-85 (RO 183) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/10/79 



20. Ordinance appropriating $199,000, Public Works, Engineering, for 
installation of traffic signals at various intersections and non- 
intersections. File 101-78-86 (RO 178) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Ordinance appropriating $12,802, Public Works, for temporary 
salaries, for staffing of a permit process expediter. File 
101-78-87 (RO 180) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED (reduce approp to $9,906) 

22. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Elise Davis, 
et al, vs. City and County, U. S. District Court #C-76-C197, in 
accordance with substance of terms and conditions of Consent Decree 
providing for hiring relief in the Civil Service classification 

of Assistant Gardener, and for monetary relief and for attorney's 
fees and authorizing the City Attorney to execute same. File 
45-78-53 (RO 174) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED